Saturday, February 09, 2008

Don’t let down Sania

Although controversies, injuries and court cases couldn’t stop Sania Mirza becoming Asia’s No. 1 women tennis player. She bounced back to the 29th spot after her third-round appearance in the Australian Open, overtaking China’s Na Li and losing to Wimbledon champion Venus Williams.

But Sania’s decision to stay away from the coming WTA Bangalore Open and upcoming games worrying the future of Tennis in India. She may stop playing to avoid the controversy that follows her every match in India, but this decision by Sania to stop from playing in India could well spark with another debate or to link with the recently court order of a probe into the allegation that she showed disrespect to the national flag. To stop every rumor, its better she continue playing just leaving the controversies at side and aim on moving front. It was great time for tennis with her Asia’s No.1 position and it was the encouragement of us, that could make her do more. Well do great Sania!

7 comments:

Ghost Particle said...

they will always witch hunt the famous. fame and fortune comes at a cost. so doest your freedom.

Kalyan said...

I agree with your thoughts....no-one can be bigger than the game itself...she is all because of this sport & there is no more glory than playing in the backdrop of home-crowd. I think she should re-think her decision, & play again in Indian courts!

Ghost Particle said...

bro...u've been tagged.

Annie said...

I haven't seen her before - she's quite lovely, isn't she.

Annie Wicking and Loman Austen said...

Game is a game but money stops it from being played just for fun.

The costs of living, maybe?

Best wishes
Annie

Keshi said...

she's superb!

Keshi.

G U R U said...

Asia's #1 women's tennis player! Aha, that was news to me!