Saturday, February 9, 2008

Sania Mirza opted out of Bangalore Open to avoid further controversies

Sania, young tennis star and indian dream girl is upset on repeated controversies around her lately.Sania Mirza opted out of Bangalore Open to avoid further controversies.This article explains a few things about Sania Mirza opted out of Bangalore Open to avoid further controversies, and if you're interested, then this is worth reading, because you can never tell what you don't know.

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In an attempt to clear the air in the latest Sania Mirza controversy, Imran Mirza, the father of the tennis sensation has express disappointment over the controversies hogging his daughter. Speaking exclusively to TIMES NOW, Imran Mirza said," What is going on is unfortunate. This has taken a toll on her mental health."

Hitting out at Sania's critics over the recent controversy, Imran Mirza said that her withdrawal from the Bangalore Open has been misinterpreted. "What is going on is unfortunate, people are trying to project as if she is not wanting to play for India, that is untrue", said Imran Mirza.

The upset father also reminded that Sania played in the Federation Cup to avoid an Indian relegation despite her doctor's advice to take rest. "Under the present circumstances she is not going to be at her best. Mentally this has affected her; this has taken a toll on my daughter. This is a temporary thing and not permanent. It should not be forgotten that she played the Federation Cup for India on Saturday against the doctor's advice and won however damaging her back, this a reflection on what she feels.", said Imran Mirza.

Recently, Sania had suggested that she have opted out of the Bangalore Open to avoid any further controversies and that she would never play tennis in India. Commenting on her move to avoid Bangalore Open, Sania had said: "I am not playing Bangalore Open as I have been advised by my managers to avoid the tournament. I think, every time that I have played in India, I have encountered some kind of problem."

Early this year, Sania was targetted by a Hyderabad Lawyer for putting her feet in front of the national flag, compelling her to almost call it quits.

Ironically, this was not the first time that Sania Mirza had been targeted. Her attractive on-court appeal and short skirts have been under scrutiny from religious groups in the past. She had tried to put them behind to become Asia's number one player, however, her startling revelation to opt out of the Bangalore Open came as a surprise to everyone.

Former Indian cricket captain, Kapil Dev, today expressed confidence that Indian tennis star, Sania Mirza, "will soon come back to playing in the country" after she had opted out of the Bangalore open scheduled in March

That's how things stand right now. Keep in mind that any subject can change over time, so be sure you keep up with the latest news.

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