Sania Keen to Maintain Dream Spell

Sania Mirza said she will not rest on this year’s laurels but will train hard to win more titles.

Published: 18th November 2015 03:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th November 2015 03:43 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Fresh from her stupendous success this year, world tennis doubles champion Sania Mirza said she will not rest on this year’s laurels but will train hard to win more titles.

Sania.jpgSpeaking at a promotional programme here on Tuesday, Sania admitted that it was a dream season for her and her doubles partner Martina Hingis. “We won two Grand Slams, the WTA Final and have not lost a match since August.”

Tasting success, the ‘Santina’ pair would definitely not want to change anything from this season. “If we can replicate what we have achieved this year, it would be great. But we don’t want to rest on our laurels and would definitely want to win more titles.”

Sania said she would resume training soon for the new season. “I have been in the city for the last five days and will soon start training for the IPTL. But the real season starts next year with the Australian Open. I will take some time off before I start training for that,” she said.

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