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ADMIRER_SANIA
DEAR FREINDS,

I THOUGHT TO START A NEW TOPIC ABOUT SANIA 'S NEW STUFFS

MEANS WOT SHE DOING NEW WOTS HER PLANS AND EVRY THING,

I THINK ITS GOING TO BE INTRESTING tongue.gif


I HAVE HEARD THE LATEST NEW THAT

"LOTTO" HAS SIGNED SANIA AS A BRAND AMBASSEDOR FOR AN YEAR OR 3,

unni
From 'HINDUSTAN TIMES':

Sania watching cricket: Teenage tennis sensation Sania Mirza following the Indo-Pak cricket match on her mobile in Mumbai on Friday, March 11, 2005. She was in Mumbai for a commercial shoot.

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SAJJAD
ohmy.gif dammm...she is cute & healthy laugh.gif thumbs-up.gif
Sharad
she's a little bit on the plump side but not fat
and not thin
i like that

AzgarKhan
She represents INDIA for her tennis skills, for modelling we always have SUSHMITA wink2.gif
SAJJAD
Khan Bhai - She is better looking then SushMA blab.gif Sushmita looks too "used" laugh.gif Sharad babu - she is not plump - she is yummy tongue.gif
Pradeep
Thanks Unni. Nice Photo. Posted it on HP.
Pradeep
Here is one for Sajjad. Kyon bhai? people grow too fast...
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ADMIRER_SANIA
hey guys,

here is a coool interview of sania, when she was in dubay for the DUBAI OPEN,

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Where were you born, and where did you grow up?

I was born in Mumbai, and moved to Hyderabad soon after. When I was growing up, Hyderabad was a small relaxed town and not very sporty, but thanks to the previous chief minister of the state Andrapradesh, it's becoming more developed and more funds are going into sports.

What does your family do, and are they interested in tennis or sports in general?

I come from a very sporting family. My father Imran is a builder and was a very good cricketer but was unable to compete at the highest level due to the death of his parents before his 21st birthday. Had I been a boy, my father probably would have encouraged me to play cricket. My mother Naseema runs her own printing press. My younger sister Anan and I are very close, but unfortunately we don't get to spend enough time together.

How did you get started playing tennis, and what is your earliest memory?

I started playing tennis when I was six when my mother took me to the local tennis courts which were on the way to swimming during summer holidays. My mother took me to a coach, who initially refused to coach me because I was too small, but after a month, he called my parents to say he'd never seen a player that good at such a young age. During the summer holidays I would play 3-4 times a week, and I started playing my first local tournaments at age 7. My parents never put too much expectation on me.

What were your other childhood interests besides tennis?
I liked swimming, dancing and studying. I enjoyed studying languages (English and Indian) and history.

How was your early coaching, and how were you supported?
I have had about a dozen coaches so far. When I was 12, I won the national championships for Under 14 and Under 16, and I received my first sponsorship with adidas.

Who were your tennis idols when you were growing up?

I really idolized Steffi Graf. I have seen her at tournaments with Andre but I'm too shy to say anything to her.

What type of off-court training do you do?


Weights, agility, speed training and nutrition. This is managed by Faiyaz Kahn and another trainer at the Bob Brett academy in San Remo, Italy.

Prior to your great week in Dubai, what is the strongest memory in your tennis career?
I don't have one in particular but of course my Wimbledon junior doubles victory in 2003 was very important. It brought me overnight stardom in India. Just before that tournament, I was signed up by Mahesh Bhupathi's Management Company (Global Sport), and afterwards I was also given sponsorship by GBK (a power generating company), and Head Racquets.

What are you off-court interests?
Mainly swimming and watching television. I don't like to go out too much when I'm at home - I prefer my friends to visit her. My mobile phone is my life line, as I love to keep in touch with my friends.

What do you think you would do if you weren't playing tennis?
Probably studying. When I was younger, I wanted to be a doctor or a lawyer. I am also interested in interior decorating.


really glad to know that she was born in mumbay.

HER NOSE RING IS REALLY GETTING FAMOUS AMONG THE OTHER TENNIS SATRS,

STAY TUNED, I WILL BE RIGHT BACK SOON,

WITH MORE MASALA............. wink2.gif
ADMIRER_SANIA

A lakh for a girl child in Sania state
- YSR launches drive to improve sex ratio



Sania Mirza’s success may spell survival for girl children in Andhra Pradesh, which has offered Rs 1 lakh to families with just one daughter in a bid to balance the sex ratio.

The cash incentive will be given to the daughters when they reach 20 years, provided their parents have had only one child and undertaken birth control measures. The scheme will be effective from April 1.

Eighteen-year-old Sania, the first Indian woman to enter the third round of a Grand Slam and a Hyderabad native, will champion the cause. Appointed the “state ambassador of the girl child”, she will feature on billboards with the caption: “Your daughter may be the next champion”.

“It is a shame that in our country we ascertain the sex of the baby before it enters the world,” chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy said while announcing the incentive on Tuesday on International Women’s Day.

He also promised stringent measures against the sex determination laboratories mushrooming in the state. “These labs encourage female foeticide and/or illegal sale of girl children to unauthorised agencies,” he said.

The existing law against sex determination will be given more teeth to contain the menace of these clinics, Reddy said.

Five years ago, Andhra, where the sex ratio is 943 females to 1,000 males, was rocked by a child-adoption racket in which tribals from backward regions sold their infant daughters to illegal adoption agencies.

“Over 500 girl children acquired by such agencies were finally lodged in government baby centres,” said G.D. Aruna, director of the state’s women and child welfare department.

India, with 927 females to 1,000 males as per the 2001 census, has one of the lowest sex ratios in the world, according to the UN population agency (UNFPA). This is down from 945-to-1,000 more than a decade ago.

The government also announced an annual educational grant of Rs 1,250 to cover tuition fee charged in government schools for girl students from Class IX to XII.

“This initiative is to ensure continuation of girls in schools and junior colleges,” health secretary C.B.S Venkata Ramana said.

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Sania Mirza walks the ramp as brand ambassador of a gold jewellery chain in Mumbai on Wednesday

"I have signed up to be the brand ambassador of Malabar gold. This is my second endorsement deal after Lotto (Italian sportswear company). A few more are in the pipeline," she said.

However, she refused to give any details of the financial terms and conditions of the deal that she has signed.

"I have been spending Rs 25-30 lakh annually over the last few years for my tennis," she added.


I WILL BE BACK SOON WITH MORE..........

STAY TUNED. wink2.gif
ADMIRER_SANIA
"SANIA SANIA"

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ITS NOT ME YELLING FOR SANIA wink2.gif ,

READ THE ARTICLE BELOW.........




The nation's 'Sania Mania' reached a new high on Thursday with the first publication entirely devoted to the teenage tennis sensation Sania Mirza hitting the stands.

The 48-page Bengali booklet Sania Sania includes a long interview with the 18-year-old girl, who has pleasantly surprised the country's tennis buffs recently by winning the WTA tournament in Hyderabad after becoming the first ever Indian woman to reach the third round of the Australian Open.
Among those who paid glowing tributes to Sania's exploits in the publication were former Davis Cuppers Naresh Kumar, Jaidip Mukerjea and Subroto Bose and celebrated coach Akhtar Ali.

The booklet, published by Satyajug Prakasahn, has also incorporated comments by Indian cricket skipper Sourav Ganguly and national soccer captain Bhaichung Bhutia on the rise of Sania.


I WILL BE BACK SOON,

STAY TUNED TO,

"SANIA'S CINEMA",
MORE MASTI MORE SANIA MORE MAGIC,

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zashakeel
HOW ABOUT THIS ONE SAJJAD BHAI


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