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‘Sania Mirza is training hard for comeback, loses 26 Kg weight’

KSW Monitoring Desk


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The ace tennis star of India Sania Mirza is working hard these days for her keenly awaited comeback on Tennis court after taking pregnancy break.

Sania Mirza is likely comeback on the court by January 2020 to make comeback a reality she has been is training hard for about four hours a day and has shed 26 kilograms in the process. It will be after two years that Sania would be making a comeback on the court.

Before taking leave from the circuit to start a family, Sania won six doubles Grand Slam titles — including three mixed — achieved the number one rank, won medals at multi-disciplinary events apart from laying hands on a year-end WTA Finale title with Swiss great Martina Hingis.

“In my career, I have achieved everything which I could have dreamt of. And whatever happens next will be a bonus for me. I thought I will be able to comeback by August but probably by January, it looks like a possibility,” Sania said.

“Having (son) Izhan is the biggest blessing I could have. If I am able to come back, it will be amazing. He’s (son) my inspiration to get back to being fit. If I do comeback, it will not be to prove anything. The only reason to comeback would be that I love playing and competing.”

Talking about her training and results, Sania said, “I train about three-four hours a day in two sessions with fitness and with tennis it’s more than that. Initially the focus was on losing weight but now it’s back to same rigorous sessions I was having before,” she said.

“I did not know how the body was going to react. You can’t actually anticipate after giving birth to a baby. I put on 23 kilos, I lost 26 kilos now. I am trying to become strong and to play at international level, I still need time.”