Sania Mirza, Former Wimbledon Doubles Champion and one of India's most famous sports stars, has announced her retirement from professional Tennis after 2022

 Sania Mirza has announced her retirement from professional Tennis after 2022. After her first round loss in the Womens Doubles in the Australian- Open, Sania stated I've decided that this will be my last season".

Sania Mirza was born on 15 November 1986 in Mumbai Her father name is Imran Mirza, a sports journalist and her mother name is Naseema. She took up tennis at the age of six. She has been coached by her father and also Roger Anderson.

Sania Mirza had won her first major title at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, Korea. She and Leander Paes won Bronze medal in mixed doubles.

In 2005, Sania Mirza won the Hyderabad Open in February 2005 and became the first ever Indian woman to win a WTA Tour Singles Title. Sania Mirza won WTA Newcomer and Gael Monfils earned ATP (men's) Newcomer award of the Year award in 2005

Sania's first engagement was with her childhood friend Sohrab Mirza in July 2009. This engagement was called off after six months later. In an interview, Sohrab talked about his broken engagement with Sania and said: "It was a mutual decision to get engaged and we mutually decided to part ways even though it hurts. But, you have to move on."

Sania Mirza married with  Pakistani Cricketer Shoib Malik on 12 April 2010.