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Happy Birthday Sania Mirza: The Tennis Player Celebrates her 35th Birthday

Indian Tennis Player Sania Mirza turned 35 on Monday 15 November celebrates her birthday with family and friends, shared pictures of birthday party on Instagram

Happy Birthday Sania Mirza: The Tennis Player Celebrates her 35th Birthday

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  15 Nov 2021 11:41 AM GMT

On Monday 15 November 2021 Tennis Player Sania Mirza turned 35 celebrating her birthday in Dubai with her husband Shoaib Malik and son Izhaan along with other family members and friends. Sania shared the beautiful moments of her birthday celebration in her Instagram feed which shows the cake cutting by her in presence of her son and husband and feeding them the cake.

Sania's husband wishes his wife posting a cute picture of them with the caption wishing Happy Birthday Sanu along with a heart emoji. Sania shares her birthday with her mother Nasima Mizra and on her birthday she posted a birthday wish for her mother along with a throwback picture.

Sania is the former tennis doubles Worlds No. 1 who received titles of 6 Grand Slams throughout her career. She was ranked as India's No. 1 player from 2003 to 2013 by the Women's Tennis Association of India.

Sania was born on 15 November 1986 in Mumbai and started playing tennis at a very young age when she was just 6 years old later started playing professionally in the year 2003. Sania got married to Pakistani Cricket player Shoaib Malik in the year 2010 and settled in Dubai since then.

She has had major wins in her life including the win against World No. 1 Martina Hangis. He has received a total of 14 medals from various international multi-sports events such as from Commonwealth Games, Afro-Asian Games, and Asian Games. Sania Mirza made a successful career through her excellent performance in playing tennis which led her to win many reputed awards such as Padma Bhushan in 2016, Padma Shri in 2006, Arjuna Award for Lawn Tennis in 2004, and others.

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