Sania Mirza Tournament History
Find out year wise tournament history of tennis player Sania Mirza. This page gives you idea about how many tournaments Sania played in a particular year and her results at the tournaments.
US Open: Singles- 2nd round appearance, loses to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia in second round.
Dubai Open: Singles- first round appearance; Doubles- first round appearance, went down 3-6, 3-6 to Indo-Spanish pair of Jie Zheng of China and Chan Yung-jan of Chinese Taipei along with partner Virginia Ruano Pacual of Spain.
Pattaya Open: Singles- first round appearance, went down to Tatjana Malek (German) 6-3, 4-6, 3-6.
Fed Cup: Singles- Won all three matches against Singapore, Malaysia and Kyrgyzstan.
Australian Open: Singles- went down to Aravane Rezai (France) with 4-6, 2-6. Doubles- partner Virginia Ruano Pascual of Spain went down Russian-Italian pair of Alisa Kleybanova and Francesca Schiavone with 4-6, 3-6. Mixed-doubles: Bhupathi withdrew from the event due to injury.
ASB Classic, Auckland (Jan 4 - Jan 9, 2010): Singles- second round appearance, went down to Francesca Schiavone (Italy) 0-6 3-6. Doubles- partner Virginia Ruano Pascual (Spain), went down to Dominika Cibulkova and Yanina Wickmayer 1-6, 6(6)-7 in first round.
Japan Open, Osaka (Oct 12): Singles- reaches semifinals, went down to Francesca Schiavone of Italy.
China Open, Beijing (Oct 3, 2009): Singles- loses to Chinese Chun-Mei Ji in the first round of qualifying. Doubles- partner Sorana Cirstea of Romanian went down to Italian-Hungarian pair Roberta Vinci and Agnes Szavay in first round.
Pan Pacific Open, Tokyo: Went down to Chinese Jie Zheng in first round in three sets 7-5 2-6 3-6 which lasted for more than two hours.
US Open: Made second round appearance to singles, doubles and mixed doubles event.
Vancuover Open: Runner-up (singles).
ITF Lexington Challenger: Winner (singles).
French Open: First round appearance for singles event.
Wimbledon: Second round appearance for singles event.
Australian Open: Won Mixed Doubles title with partner Mahesh Bhupathi.
Pattaya City: Runner-up (singles).
Ponte Vedra Beach: Won doubles title with partner Chuang Chia-jung (Chinese Taipei)
Australian Open: Second round appearance for singles event.
Reached quter-final round at Hobart International.
Reached 4th round at Indian Wells.
Reached 3rd round at Australian Open.
Retired from 1st round of Olympics singles event due to wrist injury.
Injury forced to withdrew from Roland Garros (French Open), Rome and Strasbourg.
Entered 2nd round of Wimbledon and 4th round of US Open.
Crossed $1 million in career prize money earnings. Become first Indian woman to achieve this.
Semi finalist at Hobart International and Pattaya Open
Qurter finalist st Bangalore Open single event.
Withdrew from events like Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Amelia Island, Berlin, Kolkata and Seoul due to injury.
Turned out as runner-up at Stanford losing to Anna Chakvetadze in final
Semi finalist apperence at Cincinnati losing to Anna Chakvetadze in final
Quarter finalist at San Diego and Japan Open, Tokyo
Won four doubles titles.
Made 2nd round apperence at Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon.
Reached 3rd round of US Open.
Semi Finalist at Kolkata Open
Quarter finalist at Cincinnati, Seoul, Forest Hills and Tashkent
Second Round appereance at Australian Open and US Open)
First Round appereance at French Open and Wimbledon
Won two women's doubles titles along with partner Liezel Huber at Bangalore Open as well as Kolkata Open
Aug 2005 Women's Singles Finalist, Forest Hills Women's Tennis Classic, N.Y., USA, WTA Tier IV
Jul 2005 Women's Singles Quarterfinalist, Western & Southern Financial Group Women's Open, Cincinnati, OH, USA, WTA Tier III
Feb 2005 Women's Singles Quarterfinalist, Dubai Duty Free Women's Open, Dubai, UAE, WTA Tier II
Feb 2005 Women's Singles Winner, Hyderabad Open 2005, Hyderabad, WTA Tier IV
Won women's doubles title partnering with Liezel Huber at Hyderabad Open
Won 6 singles and 2 doubles ITF Circuit titles.
Aug 2003 G18 Dbles Finalist (with Anna Tchakvetadze RUS), Canadian Open, Repentigny, CAN, ITF G1
Jun 2003 G18 Dbles Champion (with Alisa Kleybanova RUS), The Junior Championships, Wimbledon, London, GBR, ITF GA
Jun 2003 G18 Dbles Quarterfinalist (with Sanaa Bhambri IND), Gerry Weber Open, Halle, GER, ITF G4
Jun 2003 G18 Dbles Winner (with Sanaa Bhambri IND), 11th Frankfurt Internation, GER, ITF G1
Jun 2003 G18 Dbles Semifinalist (with Sanaa Bhambri IND), French Open, Roland Garros, FRA, ITF GA
May 2003 G18 Dbles Quarterfinalist (with Beier Ko CAN), 39th Astrid Bowl, BEL, ITF G1
Apr 2003 G18 Dbles Winner (with Sanaa Bhambri IND), Shuzo Challenge Japan Open, Nagoya, JPN, ITF G1
Apr 2003 G18 Singles Quarterfinalist, Shuzo Challenge Japan Open, Nagoya, JPN, ITF G1
Apr 2003 G18 Singles Winner, 14th Mitsubishi Lancer, Manila, PHI, ITF G1
Apr 2003 G18 Dbles Semifinalist (with Yung-Jan Chan TPE), 14th Mitsubishi Lancer, Manila, PHI, ITF G1
Dec 2002 Singles Winner & Doubles Finalist (with Isha Lakhani IND), Asian Closed Junior Tennis Championships, ITF GB2
Sep 2002 16U Team India (with Ankita Bhambri & Kartiki Bhat), Junior Fed Cup
Sep 2002 Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Isha Lakhani IND) US Open, USA, ITF Grade A
Aug 2002 Singles Winner & Doubles Winner (with Tarryn Terblanche RSA), South/Central Africa Circuit, Botswana, ITF G3
Jul 2002 Doubles Finalist, Smash Tennis EGY, ITG G3
Jul 2002 Singles Winner & Doubles Winner (with Isha Lakhani IND), Pretoria University, ITF G2
Jul 2002 Doubles Winner (with Isha Lakhani IND), PIC Pretoria, ITF G2
May 2002 Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Micaela Moran ARG), Villach Cup Austria, ITF G2
Apr 2002 Doubles Finalist (with Lara Giltinana AUS) & Singles Quarter-finalist, Chinese Taipei Jo Jo Internation, ITF G3
Apr 2002 Singles Quarter-finalist, Mitsubishi Lancer, PHI, ITF G2
Jan 2002 Doubles Winner (with Linda Smolenakova SVK) & Singles Quarter-finalist, Victorian Champs., AUS, ITF G2
Dec 2001 Doubles Semifinalist (with Sanaa Bhambri IND), Asian Closed, ITF G B2
Oct 2001 Singles & Doubles Finalist, Hong Kong Open, ITF G2
Oct 2001 Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Hanna Nooni SWE) & Singles rd of 16, Osaka Mayor's Cup, Japan, ITF Grade A
Aug 2001 Singles & Doubles Semifinalist (with Sasha Abraham IND) KawZulu Natal, ITF G1
Aug 2001 Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Sasha Abraham IND), Dolphen Coast, ITF G2
Jul 2001 Doubles Winner (with Wana Mrazovic YUG) & Singles Finalist, Smash Tennis Internation G4
Jul 2001 Singles & Doubles Winner (with Sasha Abraham IND), Movenpick Internation G3
Apr 2001 Singles Semifinalist, Mitsubishi Lancer Internation G2
Mar 2001 Singles Quarter-finalist, Mali Milk Cup, 21st Thailand Open G2
Mar 2001 Singles Quarter-finalist, Malaysian Internation G3
Feb 2001 Singles Winner & Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Sasha Abraham IND), Bangladesh Internation G3
Feb 2001 Singles & Doubles Semifinalist (with Maya Rosa INA), Rajshahi Internation G4
Feb 2001 Singles Winner & Doubles Finalist (with May Rosa INA), India ITF Junior Circuit III - Calcutta G4
Jan 2001 Singles & Doubles Winner (with Sasha Abraham IND), Indian ITF Junior 11 - Chandigarh G4
Jan 2001 Doubles Winner (with Sasha Abraham IND) & Singles Quarter-finalist, Indian ITF Junior I - New Delhi G4
Nov 2000 Doubles Semifinalist (with Leila Cehajic CAN), T-Bar Internation, ITF G5
Nov 2000 Doubles Semifinalist (with Sasha Abraham IND) & Singles Quarter-finalist, Malaysia Internation 2 G4
Oct 2000 Singles & Doubles Winner (with Zahra Omer Khan PAK), Pakistan Internation Junior Championships G5
Sep 2000 Singles Winner & Doubles Semifinalist (with Reddhina Parekh IND), Indian ITF - Mumbai G4
Sep 2000 Singles & Doubles Semifinalist (with Priyanka Parekh IND), Indian ITF Junior -Chennai G5
Aug 2000 Singles Semifinalist, Internation Youth Tennis G4
Feb 2000 Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Anete Rozkalne LAT), Bangladesh Internation , ITF G3
Jan 2000 Singles Quarter-finalist, Indian ITF I - New Delhi G4
Jan 2000 Singles Finalist & Doubles Quarter-finalist (with Nichala Reddy Boda IND), Internation, Sri Lanka G4
Nov 1999 Singles Quarter-finalist, India ITF Junior Circuit III Grade 5
Nov 1999 Doubles Winner (with Nida Waseem PAK) & Singles Finalist, Pakistan Internation G5
Also See: Sania Mirza Career Highlights | Career Titles Won by Sania Mirza