The best Indian players of all time have made the nation proud (Part 3)

Not only that, at 41 years, Paes also became the oldest man to win a Grand Slam event when he won the mixed crown at the 2015 Australian Open alongside Swiss player Martina Hingis.

Along with another illustrious Indian player Mahesh Bhupathi, Paes has a formidable reputation in the world of double tennis. Called The Indian Express, the couple have won a number of victories for India in many international tournaments.

Sania Mirza

If Leander Paes was the one who spread the revival of Indian tennis in modern times, it was Sania Mirza, who became the flag bearer of the Indian women’s tennis race.

The only Indian woman ever to win a Grand Slam event, and also the highest ranked among Indian players, Sania Mirza is forever a phenomenon. Her powerful backhand shots complement her fierce personality both on and off the pitch.

However, for some people who were asked to quit after only 8 years because after ‘no one married her, Mirza’s story is not only about passion and talent, but also humor and determination.

Mirza’s reputation as the most successful Indian tennis player ever made a good impression on her public image. One of the highest-paid and highest-performing athletes in the country, Mirza was the first of the country’s female players to have surpassed the millions of dollars in their careers.

Also a former world number one in pair, Mirza’s Grand Slam is equally decorated with six double and double titles. Mirza is also the first Indian woman to be seeded at a Grand Slam event at an Australian Open while winning the 2006 Wimbledon championship, Mirza’s leading seed has made her the first female player from the land. There is such a difference.

Mirza’s unprecedented array of victories and exploits on the international tennis court also won her acclaim and popularity. Her inspirational journey earned her the honor of being one of Asia’s XNXX heroes by Time magazine in October 50.

The UN Women Goodwill Ambassador in South Asia and one of The world’s most influential people of 2005 at 100, Mirza succeeds and asserts boundaries and boundaries, from a global citizen to an international player, many of Mirza’s achievements are unrivaled. The only woman on the list, Sania Mirza will definitely bring her strength!