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mirzafanindia
May 20th, 2012, 11:51 AM
Great comeback Sania..This is a really good win..2 wins against players playing decently on clay..:)now please qualify..:)congrats and goodluck..

Kəv.
May 20th, 2012, 11:53 AM
I thought she retired from singles?

In The Zone
May 20th, 2012, 11:55 AM
No reason why Mirza should be giving up on singles. All mental.

Wozzilroy
May 20th, 2012, 12:56 PM
Sania is one of the players I really wanted to get to see in life, in singles. I hope, someday I still get to.

Mynarco
May 20th, 2012, 12:57 PM
No reason why Mirza should be giving up on singles. All mental.

This. She has solid ground game to stay top 70

chingching
May 20th, 2012, 12:59 PM
Comm Games revenge

wally1
May 20th, 2012, 07:17 PM
I was at this match - I like Mirza, so have seen quite a few of her matches over the years, and the first set was amongst the best I've ever seen her play. She was hitting winners all over the place with not a lot of errors, the clay giving her lots of time to set up her forehand which was doing all sorts of damage. The final two sets were far more up and down, pretty poor and nervy from both.

Rodionova took an injury time out after a couple of games of the second set, and gave her usual running commentary throughout - complaining about the ball kids, Mirza's shots hitting the lines, bad bounces etc. I'm pretty sure that after one of Mirza's winners she said to her coach "she never played like this in the doubles"!

donellcarey
May 20th, 2012, 07:18 PM
Great match, Sania, keep it up.

saniapower
May 20th, 2012, 07:29 PM
I was at this match - I like Mirza, so have seen quite a few of her matches over the years, and the first set was amongst the best I've ever seen her play. She was hitting winners all over the place with not a lot of errors, the clay giving her lots of time to set up her forehand which was doing all sorts of damage. The final two sets were far more up and down, pretty poor and nervy from both.

Rodionova took an injury time out after a couple of games of the second set, and gave her usual running commentary throughout - complaining about the ball kids, Mirza's shots hitting the lines, bad bounces etc. I'm pretty sure that after one of Mirza's winners she said to her coach "she never played like this in the doubles"!

Thanks @wally for the match report.

LUVMIRZA
May 20th, 2012, 07:38 PM
Sania playing and winning singles matches is jus:hearts: :inlove:
Keep going girl:cheer::cheer:

young_gunner913
May 20th, 2012, 07:42 PM
Great job Sania. :hearts: Do well in singles & doubles with Queen Bethanie!! :D

Ashi
May 20th, 2012, 07:42 PM
:cheer:
She looked smashing on the telly on Raveena Tandon's show. It aired yesterday.

Good signs all around. :dance:

killerqueen
May 20th, 2012, 07:42 PM
Wait, I thought she retired from singles a few weeks ago? :confused: The thread announcing it had even been bumped back to the front page a few days ago? :confused: Glad to see her at least trying to save her singles ranking though - she's far to good for what it currently is.

Dan_Doe
May 20th, 2012, 09:44 PM
Wow, Sania, good for you :)

CetkovskaBrazil
May 20th, 2012, 11:14 PM
Congrats. You should never give up for singles

Kipling
May 21st, 2012, 01:30 AM
I was at this match - I like Mirza, so have seen quite a few of her matches over the years, and the first set was amongst the best I've ever seen her play. She was hitting winners all over the place with not a lot of errors, the clay giving her lots of time to set up her forehand which was doing all sorts of damage. The final two sets were far more up and down, pretty poor and nervy from both.

Rodionova took an injury time out after a couple of games of the second set, and gave her usual running commentary throughout - complaining about the ball kids, Mirza's shots hitting the lines, bad bounces etc. I'm pretty sure that after one of Mirza's winners she said to her coach "she never played like this in the doubles"!


:lol: Sounds like Rodionova, alright.

Glad to hear that Sania played well. She has the game to be top 20 easily if she's motivated--and healthy. Too many injuries have set her back at inopportune times, but when she's playing well, she is a damn fine player, far better than she gets credit for being. You can count the number of players who can return better on one hand.

mirzafanindia
May 21st, 2012, 04:20 AM
I was at this match - I like Mirza, so have seen quite a few of her matches over the years, and the first set was amongst the best I've ever seen her play. She was hitting winners all over the place with not a lot of errors, the clay giving her lots of time to set up her forehand which was doing all sorts of damage. The final two sets were far more up and down, pretty poor and nervy from both.

Rodionova took an injury time out after a couple of games of the second set, and gave her usual running commentary throughout - complaining about the ball kids, Mirza's shots hitting the lines, bad bounces etc. I'm pretty sure that after one of Mirza's winners she said to her coach "she never played like this in the doubles"!

Thanks so much for the report..:)was great to read and know..will you be there even tod;)???

Nicolás89
May 21st, 2012, 04:33 AM
I was at this match - I like Mirza, so have seen quite a few of her matches over the years, and the first set was amongst the best I've ever seen her play. She was hitting winners all over the place with not a lot of errors, the clay giving her lots of time to set up her forehand which was doing all sorts of damage. The final two sets were far more up and down, pretty poor and nervy from both.

Rodionova took an injury time out after a couple of games of the second set, and gave her usual running commentary throughout - complaining about the ball kids, Mirza's shots hitting the lines, bad bounces etc. I'm pretty sure that after one of Mirza's winners she said to her coach "she never played like this in the doubles"!

:hysteric: