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I think I regret having revealed my retirement plan soon. – Tennis Sports

Former doubles world leader Sania Mirza says she regrets having announced her retirement plan soon after being asked the same question. Mirza lost the Australian Open women’s doubles opener with Nadyakichenok when he played the quarterfinals with Rajeev Ram in mixed doubles.

On Tuesday, Mirza and Ram lost 6-4 7-6 (5) to Jamie Fururisu and Jason Kubler in the mixed doubles quarterfinals. After the defeat of the mixed doubles, Mirza was finally when he felt emotionally walking away from Melbourne Park.

According to Eurosport, “I think I regret making this announcement soon because this is all I’m asked for,” Mirza said.

Mirza jokes that she may return to Melbourne

“Every time I play, this isn’t what I’m thinking, I’m going to stop.

I play this year as well as any other year. I’m playing to win every match I play. That’s why I’m still playing. I’m not going to court, it’s just like, well, I’m going to have a good time.

No, I still think I’m a candidate to win these events. No, I’m not really thinking of coming here at the end. I’ve been asked so many times that I’m thinking of coming back here again next year, “Mirza added with a laugh.

Mirza revealed that it was his intention to win the event she was attending. “I like to be at the moment in everything I do and I like to do my best. Sometimes the best is good enough, sometimes the best isn’t. As an athlete, do it. I have to accept it. ” Mirza.

“I’m not happy to lose in the quarterfinals, and I’m not happy to be here for years because I think I came in 2003.” If I’m happy, this is me. It will be the last match of the game, but I am here to win here.

So for me, going out and just playing is unacceptable. Because it was last year, I feel I have a chance to win. ”

– Tennis Sports

I think I regret having revealed my retirement plan soon.

https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Tennis_Interviews/108334/sania-mirza-i-think-i-m-regretting-revealing-my-retirement-plans-so-soon/ I think I regret having revealed my retirement plan soon.

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