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Differences Between Sania Mirza and Maria Sharapova

Sania Mirza vs Maria Sharapova

I always love how tennis players exude their elegance when smashing the ball with their racket. They are rulers of the wide lawn court. The squeaks of their shoes make their arena become more alive. With every run they take on the court, we are always expecting to see something spectacular. Will the ball fly over the other edge of the net? Will it fly with a grand, smashing hit?

People who watch tennis plays always wait for the unexpected. I love tennis plays in which the first underdog of the match makes an unbelievable turnover of events. I am also sure that everyone also loves this kind of play. You thought he will be beaten, but in the end he is the one declared victorious.

The sports page of the newspapers is always filled with news on tennis matches. The news may be about the date of the heated match, who versus whom, and the one who is able to win the gold. Tennis matches make the hearts of everyone skip a beat. In the field of tennis, there are big names. Among them are Sania Mirza and Maria Sharapova. What are the differences between Sania Mirza and Maria Sharapova? These two, powerful women are queens of the lawn court in their own field.

Sania Mirza is a year older than Maria Sharapova. She is the pride of Indian Muslim women. She started her professional tennis career in the year 2003. She made herself a name during the India Fed Cup Team where she won all her singles matches. She is the highest-ranking female Indian player when she participated in the U.S. Open in 2005. She managed to reach the fourth round with Maria Sharapova as the opponent. However, Sharapova didn’t let her grab the gold. During the Australian Open, she won the Double’s Title together with her Indian partner, Mahesh Bhupathi. Mirza is a 26-year-old Indian with a height of 5’8.’’ Her right-handed play enables her to win numerous matches.

On the other hand, Maria Sharapova is a Russian tennis player. She began playing professionally in the year 2001. Her height of 6’2’’ and long reach enable her to win in every important match. She has won 22 WTA titles and 3 Grand Slams which, viola, gave her the number one WTA ranking. She made her big name when she wiped out the former two-time Wimbledon Champion, Serena Williams. Sharapova also participated in the U.S. Open in 2005 and had faced Mirza. She beat Mirza with her  superior tennis skills. During the U.S. Open in 2006, she won another two titles and the Australian Open in 2008. However, due to a shoulder injury, her being queen has dropped down to number five. Still, many acknowledge Sharapova as “Queen” with her tennis skills. Many believe that she will be number one again in no time. Like Mirza, Sharapova is a right-handed player.

Who is the queen then? Undoubtedly, it’s Maria Sharapova. Sania Mirza is only a queen in India, but Sharapova is the queen of the worldwide court. Sharapova is the headline of the international sports newspapers while Mirza is the headline of the Indian newspapers. Though it is Sharapova who rocks the global tennis court, Mirza is also a promising tennis player.


  1. Sania Mirza and Maria Sharapova are both skilled, female tennis players. Mirza is an Indian player while Sharapova is a Russian player.

  2. Mirza and Sharapova are both right-handed tennis players. Mirza is older and shorter than Sharapova with a height of 5’8’’ while the latter is 6’2.”

  3. Mirza began her professional career in 2003 while Sharapova began in 2001.

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