Sania Mirza is currently World No 226 but has a special ranking of World No 9 before she went off injured in 2017.
This has made me realise the importance of not just physical health but also mental wellbeing.
Last month, she became the first Indian to win the Fed Cup Heart Award for her successful return to the court post motherhood.
Sania made a comeback to Fed Cup after four years and helped India qualify for the play-offs for the first time in history.
33-year-old Sania made her comeback to tennis this year after giving birth to her child.
When asked why girls tend to quit tennis when they reach the age of 15 or 16, Sania said there are deep cultural issues.
With her 18-month son Izhaan present in the stands, Sania had helped India qualify for the Play-offs for the first time.
The Hyderabadi talks about what life has been under lockdown, her work with Youth Feed India and her thoughts on Tennis United, a collaboration between the ATP and WTA.
The world has come to a standstill and every effort is being made to help those in need and Sania feels posting such pictures in these times is unwanted.
Sania Mirza has shared a video on her social networks supporting the Safa organisation and pledged to donate.
When Sania Mirza announced her return to the circuit at the end of last year, she routinely had to answer one question.
It was announced last year that Sania, the only Indian woman to win a Grand Slam title (in doubles), has signed a contract with Ronnie Screwala's RSVP movies.
Sania returned to competitive tennis in style by winning the Hobart International title in January after defeating second-seeded Chinese duo Peng Shuai and Zhang Shuai 6-4, 6-4 in the final.
On Thursday, Mirza, who won the doubles title in Hobart International, will team up with Nadiia Kichenok of Ukraine for the Australia Open.
Sania Mirza, fresh from winning in Hobart together -- said life on tour was a little different with one-year-old Izhaan.