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Tennis star and pin-up girl Sania Mirza has a second career in movies, say filmmakers and trade pundits.

Sania Mirza, God’s gift to Indian tennis, is known for her own brand of sex appeal and oomph both on and off the court. Bollywood, which has made her its favourite sports pin-up girl, has flirted with the idea of pulling her into movies. The topic came up last week again when Sania shared a stage with Shah Rukh Khan. SRK, himself, was not averse to the idea of the Hyderabadi stunner appearing onscreen. LT spoke to some Bollywood filmmakers and trade analysts to find out whether Sania could be the queen of the larger masses.
Subhash Ghai
Sania looks good, she has a great physique, face, and very expressive eyes. But most importantly, she has the fighting spirit. These are very impressive qualities. Some day, I would like to cast her in a movie. The genre of movies keeps changing here. If and when she decides to join the industry, who knows, we may have high-skilled action movies then. She will look good in them. I would like to make an action movie and cast her as a young, retired sportperson.
Farah Khan
I think her new look is quite nice. She is young and can experiment with her looks. Sania has a lot of potential to be a heroine. She is good looking, sexy, but frankly we need her more as a sports icon. She is unique in her field. I would probably cast her in a traditional Indian role. She has a great Indian face and features.
Vikram Bhatt
She has immense crowd-pulling ability and a huge presence among people, thanks to her achievements in tennis. I can’t say how well she will prove to be as an actress. If she has the desire, no doubt she will get her first film, but to sustain herself in the industry, she will have to train herself and give the required auditions. Other sports persons have become actors but unfortunately couldn’t leave their mark. If I have to cast Sania, then it will be in the role of a tennis star. She has the charisma to carry it off!
Taran Adarsh
I prefer Sania’s old look, it suited her better. She is pretty, hot and charismatic and she has everything going for her to become an actress. To top it, she has the aura of a young and powerful woman. She commands that interest. She is made of such stuff that you give her a second look. If she joins Bollywood, she will be the perfect foil to Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. There’s no doubt that she’ll be an instant hit.
Amod Mehra
Her new look makes her look younger, which doesn’t make sense as she is already young. Sania has the star power to draw in the public. She’s pretty, charismatic, good looking and most importantly, has very expressive eyes — a prime requisite to make a mark as an actress. Sania is blessed witheverything. She will really look good with Ranbir Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan. Our industry needs fresher and younger actresses. The slot for a young, successful actress is empty.
Kunal Kohli
Her new look definitely suits her. She has the looks and personality to get into movies and judging by her ads, she looks comfortable in front of the camera too. It would be interesting to work with a newcomer who’s a star in another field. I would like to cast her in a nice romantic role.
Aparna Sen
I don’t know whether she can become a good actress, but why do we need her to come to movies? She is doing pretty well in tennis, and as a sports icon, she draws immense love and respect. Let her be there. Everyone need not be a movie star

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Indian tennis star Sania Mirza .
And though as of late the player has fallen down the rankings . She’s to be admired not only for her resolve and being viewed as a role model for others in her country. But give her Muslim upbringing the views of women competing at a professional level in the realms pf sport. It’s easy to understand why she’s admired from afar. But at the same time there are those who feel that Mirza’s displays on the court and the fact she doesn’t wear traditional clothing as is the religion’s custom is herecy.
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Bollywood and tennis sensation Shahid Kapoor and Sania Mirza are yet to declare their love in public but their close association is enough to make one aware that the duo is into some serious commmitment with each other. Looking at the sizzling duo, one can easily make out that something spicy is cooking between them and they are more than just good friends.
Shahid in a grey T-shirt, blue cap and blue jeans, while Sania is a long yellow T-shirt and jeans spotted together at Mumbai’s Lokhandwala Complex recently. They were caught spending quality time with each other in many hot and happening locales of Mumbai. They bonded together quite well.
According to an onlooker, after going around some hot spots of Mumbai, Shahid drove Sania to Ahmad Khan’s home where they spent the afternoon listening to songs of Shahid’s forthcoming film Kismet Konnection. In the later part of the day, the pair went to a five-star restaurant for a romantic dinner and then booked a room in a Bandra hotel. Earlier also Shahid and Sania were spotted together in various occasions. After breaking up with Kareena, Shahid was reportedly seeing Vidya Balan and Amrita Rao but finally he settled on Sania.
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PATTAYA (Thailand): Sania Mirza will have to beat world number five and top seed Russian Vera Zvonareva to claim the second WTA singles title of hSania MirzaSania Mirza reacts during her semi-final against Magdalena Rybarikova at the PTT Pattaya Women's Open tennis tournament on February 14, 2009. (Reuters Photo)er career as the two players set up the summit clash in the $220,00 Pattaya Open on Saturday.
Sania edged past world number 51 Magdalena Rybarikova in the first semi-final 6-4, 5-7, 6-1 while Zvonareva beat Shahar Peer of Israel 6-1, 6-4 in the other last-four clash.
The unseeded Indian, ranked 126th in WTA charts, faced a tough challenge from her eighth seeded Slovakian opponent but eventually came out triumphant in a two-hour long contest.


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Sania Mirza's BiographyBirth Date: 15 Nov 1986Birth Place: Mumbai, IndiaResidence: Hydrabad, IndiaNationality: INDIAHeight: 5'7 1/2" (1.53m)Weight: 130 lbs. (59kg)Plays: Right Handed (Double Handed Backhand)Favourite Surface: HardCoach: C.G.K. BhupathiAge Began Tennis: 6Personal Interests: Swimming, MusicOther Information: Ambition in tennis: To be in the Top 20 of the World.Favourite player: Steffi GrafCareer Highlights- 2005 US Open: reaches 4th round by defeating Marion Bartoli of France in straight sets (7-6(4), 6-4); Voted Best Player of the day on the 3rd day for winning her 2nd round match despite bleeding toes.- 2005 Forest Hills Women's Tennis Classic, New York: reaches her second WTA final but fails to win- 2005 Acura Classic: upsets Nadia Petrova in 2nd round but loses in the third round to Akiko Morigami of Japan (2-6,6-4,4-6). By beating the 8th-ranked Petrova, she breaks into top 50 in world rankings for the first time ever.- 2005 Dubai Tennis Championships: 2nd Round: Upset reigning US Open Champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4, 6-2 to reach the quarter-finals- 2005 Hyderabad Open singles: Won the tournament defeating Alyona Bondarenko of Ukraine 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 in the final and became the first Indian woman to capture a WTA singles title.- 2005 Australian Open singles: 3rd round: Became first Indian woman to reach the 3rd round of a Grand Slam tournament.- 2004 Hyderabad Open doubles: Won the tournament (partnering with Liezel Huber) to become the youngest Indian to win a WTA or ATP tour title and the first Indian woman to capture a WTA tour title.- 2003 Junior Wimbledon Championships doubles: Won the tournament (partnering with Alisa Kleybanova) to become the youngest Indian and the first Indian woman to win a junior Grand Slam title.

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Women’s tennis needs Sania Mirza to reach the top. The only women of colour that are at the top of women’s tennis are the Williams Sisters. However, Venus and Serena are now veterans. When will the Asian women make their breakthrough on the WTA tour? Women’s tennis needs to become more international because right now the new wave of talent is emerging from Eastern Europe.
The best Asian female tennis player ever was the Japanese woman Kimiko Date. Another Japanese woman Ai Sugiyama she did manage to reach the WTA top ten and a few grand slam quaterfinals. However, Ai just wasn’t as consistent or talented as Kimiko but she still is a solid player. Ai is also an excellent doubles player.
Although Kimiko Date retired in 1996 I still miss her. Kimiko she was an incredible player. Kimiko was fast, powerful, quick, and smart. Kimiko reached the semifinals of the Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon. Kimiko also defeated Steffi Graf, Gabriela Sabatini, and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. Sadly, for women’s tennis Kimiko retired at the tender age of twenty five. Kimiko reached a career high of number four in the world.
Sania Mirza has the talent, the intelligence, and yes she is a very attractive young woman. Sania’s got spunk I like that about her she’s very outspoken and stands up for herself. Prior to the summer 2007 hardcourt season Sania Mirza’ was in a slump. Sania Mirza is a star not just in India but also all over the world. Sania’s matches usually take place on show courts because tennis fans know about her and love her. Some people though in the tennis world believe Sania is receiving too much hype without producing the results.
At the end of 2006 Sania’s ranking dropped and she just wasn’t living up to her potential. Quietly, tennis experts and fans on the internet were wondering was Sania just a lot of hype or is she really talented? Sania has won only one WTA tour singles title, she did reach the US Open fourth round in 2005.
Everything changed for Sania in the summer of 2007 Sania reached the semifinals of Cincinnati. Cincinnati is a tier III event so the competition wasn’t very deep it was just important that Sania was winning matches again. Sania lost in a tight three setter to Anna Chakvetadze in the semifinals. However, Sania won the doubles title with American Bethanie Mattek.
Sania continued her strong play at the Stanford WTA event this was very impressive because Stanford is a tier II tournament. Tier II is a higher level with higher ranked players in the competition. I was very happy for Sania with her performance in Stanford she defeated Tatiana Golovin and Patty Schnyder both top twenty players. In the semifinals, Sania defeated Sybille Bammer to reach the final. Although, Sania lost to Anna Chakvetadze she won the doubles title with Israel’s Shahar Peer.
The surprise to many tennis fans is that Sania was finally demonstrating she had consistency, stamina, and resolve that she can play well for weeks in a row. Sania continued the strong play in San Diego a tier I WTA event. Sania beat her friend Shahar Peer a top twenty player in a tough three setter. Next, Sania defeated Marat Safin’s younger sister Dinara Safina easily 6-1 6-2 to reach the quarterfinals. It was an important win because Safina is ranked in the WTA top twenty she’s one of the better players on the tour. Although Maria Sharapova rolled over Sania in their quarterfinal showdown easily in straight sets. I was impressed with Sania’s play.
In Los Angeles, Sania defeated Martina Hingis for the second time in a very impressive three set victory. Even though Hingis was not ranked at the top she still beat a legend in the women’s game. Sania was tired in her third round match and lost to Frenchwoman Virginie Razzano. Sania simply ran out of gas she was exhausted in the shock loss to the Frenchwoman.
Sania skipped the Toronto WTA event for a week of rest but next played New Haven. I felt it was unnecessary for Sania to play New Haven she lost early in singles anyway. I think Sania needs to fix her schedule a bit she plays too much tennis. I understand Sania plays tier III events to gain confidence and win matches. However, I just feel that too much tennis is never good for the body. Sania won the doubles title with Italian woman Mara Santangelo. Sania actually has had a lot of success in women’s doubles she won four WTA doubles titles in 2007. I wonder since Sania volleys very well why isn’t she incorporating her doubles skills into her singles game?
I felt that Sania played too much tennis leading up to the US Open she lost once again to Anna Chakvetadze in the third round. Indian journalists have been talking for years about Sania and she definitely has the talent. I like Sania’s game she is fearless she has a huge forehand, very good backhand and she has gotten into much better physical shape. Sania goes for her shots and believes in her game. I just kind of wish Sania would put a little more thought into the tennis. Sania need to learn to play the percentages more if she did she would make less unforced errors. Sania needs to be a bit more patient in the rallies and wait for the right shot and then go for the winner.
The only major weakness in Sania’s game I feel is her serve she just kind of spins the serve in. Sania’s serve is all arm it is definitely the weakest link in her game. I believe that Sania really needs to improve her serve if she wants to reach the top ten of the WTA. I honestly believe Sania should be in the top twenty of the WTA right now. I don’t see any real separation between Sania and the women ranked between number eleven in the world and number twenty in terms of talent. Sania has the talent to be top ten I honestly believe this.
Sania was injured earlier this year so that can be an explanation to her slow progression up the WTA tour rankings. I think everyone is just waiting for the big breakthrough. In the summer of 2007 Sania finally cracked the WTA top thirty reaching a high of number twenty seven in the world. Everyone knows Sania Mirza is much better then this. Sania is currently ranked number number thirty two on the WTA tour.
The question is what does Sania need to do to reach the top twenty at least? I guess, become more consistent is the obvious thing she needs to do. Consistency is not an easy thing to achieve but it can be done. I think the players in the top ten and top twenty tend to be more consistent they don’t lose early to players they are not supposed to lose to. Sania does have a tendency to play well one week and not so well the next. I think this is why her success this summer was so impressive because she played well for three consecutive weeks in a row.
I think being ranked in the top twenty is not out of the question for Sania. Sania has beaten top players like Svetlana Kuznetsova, Martina Hingis, and Nadia Petrova before. I still believe Sania needs a better serve. I hope Sania seriously considers improving her serve she has to realize she needs to learn to win free points on the serve. Professional tennis is all about holding serve and breaking serve. Sania can break serve but her own serve gets broken too often. Sania has made a dramatic improvement in her fitness she is much fitter and quicker on the court. I would like to see Sania construct points a bit better she needs to realize she doesn’t need to hit the ball hard all the time. And why isn’t Sania coming to net? Sania volleys very well?
Some people say Sania is inconsistent and I do agree to a certain extent she is. I don’t think talent is what separates the top ten from the rest. I think its just the execution on the big points. Prior to the summer of 2007 tennis fans were starting to have doubts about Sania Mirza’s potential. I feel right now Sania is kind of an underachiever at the moment she has much more game then say Marion Bartoli or Shahar Peer.
Marion Bartoli reached the finals of Wimbledon that was her breakthrough event. However, the question in 2008 is can Marion Bartoli maintain her top ten ranking? And can Marion beat the top ten players? Bartoli does need to get into better shape Martina Navratilova criticized Bartoli about her weight at the French Open this year. I have to agree with Martina because Marion is too good her weight is holding her back. Marion’s definitely got the weapons she hits the ball on the rise hard off both sides like Monica Seles her idol. Marion’s fitness will be key in 2008.
Shahar Peer is in excellent shape but she lacks the big weapons. Yet Shahar Peer proved she is someone to watch in 2008 she reached two grand slam quaterfinals this year at the Australian Open and the US Open. However, when I make an analysis of Shahar’s game she is more of a counterpuncher she is more consistent then Sania but not as talented. Shahar doesn’t have any big weapons but she is very steady. Sania does have the weapons but not the consistency. I think Sania needs to realize when she is missing shots she does need to pull back a bit work the point more. Once the point is in Sania’s favor she then should go for the winner.
Women’s tennis really isn’t that international as the media claims. Right now the Eastern Europeans are crowding the WTA top ten. Justine Henin is from Belgium and she is number one. However right now there are so many Eastern European players in the top twenty coming up from Russia or Serbia. The only players not from Eastern Europe in the top ten right now are the Williams Sisters, Justine Henin, and Marion Bartoli.
Where are the Western Europeans, the Americans, the Asians, or the Africans? Na Li from China she is an amazing talent but again Na Li started 2007 strongly yet she fizzled. Na Li reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals in 2006 losing to Kim Clijsters.
I would love to see an Asian woman win a grand slam singles event. When is an Asian woman going to be ranked in the top ten? 2008 is going to be an interesting year for Sania Mirza she is twenty one years old now. The expectations in India are very high for Sania given the fact she proved in the summer of 2007 she is no flash in the pan. Sania proved she can beat the top twenty women and she belongs in the top twenty.
So why hasn’t Sania reached the top twenty yet? I guess this is the frustrating part? I wish I could magically just move Sania right up into the top twenty of the WTA computer. However, I cannot do that. In terms of talent right now I feel Sania should be in the top fifteen in the world. Sania is very talented I hope she lives up to her potential. I think the key for Sania again is her fitness when Sania is fit she is dangerous.
I am also hoping anybody please tell Sania to fix her serve. How can such a talented player like Sania Mirza have such a weak second serve? Sania’s first serve is decent but its not powerful enough. Sania needs to beef up her serve big time it is simply not strong enough. Sania needs to visit a serve coach and learn to bend her knees more. When you bend your knees and get wrist snap and racket head speed this is where the power comes from for the serve. Doesn’t Sania know her first serve isn’t good enough? I watched the match Sania played against Maria Sharapova and Sharapova was relentless she constantly attacked Sania’s serve and made her pay for it. The top women are not nice they will destroy a weak serve. Right now Sania does have a weak serve.
It is time for Sania to move to the next level. I am tired of seeing her ranked with the lower ranked players. Can Sania win a grand slam? I don’t know? But I do know Sania should be top twenty by now. Am I projecting perhaps? Sania is such an exciting player and the WTA tour needs more international stars that are not Americans or Europeans. The WTA really does need players from Asia to step up to the plate and really make their move to the top of women’s tennis.

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born November 15, 1986) is an Indian tennis player.Mirza was born to a sports journalist Imran Mirza and Nasima in Mumbai. She was brought up in Hyderabad. Mirza began playing tennis at the age of six, turning professional in 2003. She was trained by her father, as well as her other family members and was sponsored by the industrialist GV Krishna Reddy. She went to Nasr school in Hyderabad.And later joined St.Mary's college for her graduation.Mirza won the 2003 Wimbledon Championships Girls' Doubles title, teaming up with Alisa Kleybanova of Russia.Mirza is the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India, with a career high ranking of 27 in singles and 18 in doubles. . She holds the distinction of being the first Indian woman to be seeded in a Grand Slam tennis tournament . Earlier in 2005, she had become the first Indian woman to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament at the 2005 U.S. Open, defeating Mashona Washington, Maria Elena Camerin and Marion Bartoli. In 2004, she finished runner up at the Asian Tennis Championship.In 2005, Mirza reached the third round of the Australian Open, losing to eventual champion Serena Williams. On February 12, 2005, she became the first Indian woman to win a WTA singles title, defeating Alyona Bondarenko of Ukraine in the Hyderabad Open Finals. As of September 2006, Mirza has notched up three top 10 wins; against Svetlana Kuznetsova, Nadia Petrova and Martina Hingis. At the 2006 Doha Asian Games, Mirza won the silver in the women's singles category and the gold in the mixed doubles partnering Leander Paes. She was also part of the Indian women's team that won the silver in the team event.Mirza had the best results of her career during the 2007 summer hardcourt season, finishing eighth in the 2007 U.S. Open Series standings. She reached the final of the Bank of the West Classic and won the doubles event with Shahar Pe'er, and reached the quarterfinals of the Tier 1 Acura Classic.At the 2007 U.S. Open, she reached the third round before losing to Anna Chakvetadze for the third time in recent weeks. She fared much better in the doubles, reaching the quarterfinals in mixed with her partner Mahesh Bhupathi and the quarterfinals in the women's doubles with Bethanie Mattek, including an impressive win over number two seeds Lisa Raymond and Samantha Stosur.She represented India at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, in the women's singles and doubles events. In singles, she retired in the round of 64, while she was trailing 1-6, 1-2 against Iveta Benešová of Czech Republic. She teamed up with Sunitha Rao for the doubles event. They got a walk-over in the round of 32, but lost to Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova and Dinara Safina by 4-6, 4-6, in the round of 16.Mirza received an honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from MGR Educational and Research Institute University in Chennai on 2008-12-11

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Shoaib Akhtar may not have set alight the cricket series yet but the Pakistani speedster has already won an admirer in tennis ace Sania Mirza
Sania, in Chandigarh to watch the second India-Pakistan ODI at Mohali on Thursday, said she liked Shoaib Malik [ Images ] and Shahid Afridi [ Images] as well but the 'Rawalpindi express' stood apart because of his aggression.
"Shoaib Malik is good and I also liked Afridi for a while. But personally, I like Shoaib's (Akhtar) aggression. He is a great cricketer," Sania told reporters at the Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association (CLTA) stadium on Wednesday.
The Hyderabadi said it would be the first time she would be seeing and India-Pakistan ODI live.
"The last one I watched was between India and New Zealand [ Images ] at Hyderabad," said Sania, whose father and some friends are accompanying her.
Sania, who spent the last weekend in Goa [ Images ] trying to relax during the off season, said she would re-start training at the end of this month.
"I am trying to relax during the off-season," she said, adding coming back from injury takes a lot of physical and mental effort.
Sania cut short her assignments for the year after pulling a stomach muscle in Japan [ Images ] last month but is expected to be ready to play in the Hopman Cup in Perth from December 30.
Sania, currently ranked 32, said she was constantly trying to improve it.
"Though being number 32 in the world is not bad, but I am working hard. Maybe some day I will be there (in the top league)," she said.
The tennis ace also said that she would do her best to win a medal in the Beijing [ Images] Olympics [ Image] next year.
"I have never played in the Olympics. It's going to be my first Olympic Games and also my first event in China."
Earlier on her arrival at the CLTA, Sania interacted with the budding tennis players. She told them that she felt good to see so many kids playing at the academy.
"There is a thin line between being positive and putting pressure on yourself," she said, asking the kids to enjoy their game.

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