Sania Mirza, India’s most famous female athlete, had a bitter-sweet Olympics at Tokyo.
She became one of the rare Indian women athletes to play a 4th Olympics, but exited in the first round of the women’s doubles event partnering Ankita Raina.
It’s not a pair that plays often on the tennis circuit and therefore not one that had any real chances at a medal. But given that Sania didn’t have a male compatriot to partner with in mixed doubles to have a realistic shot at the medal, the women’s doubles was the event all Indian tennis lovers were focused on to spring some surprise magic.It wasn’t to be.
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