India’s has been out of action for almost four months following a knee injury. She missed the Australian Open and is also in danger of being forced to skip the French Open in May, but the tennis star refuses to let all that disappointment get in the way of enjoying her life.
While she may be forced to stay away from the tennis courts, Sania has been utilising her time to catch up with family, spend time with her cricketer husband Shoaib Malik and also walk the runway for a popular designer.
When The Quint asked Sania about a possible date for her comeback, she said, “Probably soon, probably in a couple of months.”
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Asked about the return of stalwarts like Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova to the circuit, Sania said women's tennis has unbelievable depth.
Women’s tennis has never been anybody’s monopoly, besides Serena. Apart from her, it was always sort of anyone. It was only when Serena loses that it becomes wide open
"Women's tennis has unbelievable depth and therefore you see many lower-ranked players defeating a world No 5 or No 2. Serena will be back and I think she's the greatest tennis player we have ever had," Sania added.
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