Don’t let gambling become a problem in your life. Check our responsible gambling page for more information. Part of the Top 8 online players? The first two stages unfold at a national level. Secondly, the Top 8 players qualify for an offline tournament in a dedicated venue: the NATIONAL FINAL. 1 – ONLINE OPEN : 6 countries will be eligible for the Online Open : France, Germany, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom and Belgium.
Starting January 10th, residents can register for their country’s tournament. Following this tournament, the first 8 players will qualify for the next stage. 2 – NATIONAL FINAL The Top 8 players of the Online Open in each country get to participate in the National Final. By continuing to browse this website, you accept the use of cookie to measure the audience and provide you with services and offers adapted to your interests. A cookie is a file that we install to recognise your computer, smartphone or tablet. They also allow us to share the products most loved by our customers. Last updated on: 18 March 2013. November 15, 1986, is an Indian tennis player. She began her tennis career in 2003.
In 2004 she was given the Arjuna award by the Indian Government. Mirza was born to Imran Mirza,a sports journalist and his wife Nasima in Mumbai, India. She was brought up in Hyderabad in a Muslim family. Mirza married Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik on April 12, 2010. In April 2003, Mirza made her debut in the India Fed Cup team, winning all three singles matches. Mirza is the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India, with a career high ranking of 27 in singles and 18 in doubles. She is the first Indian woman to be seeded in a Grand Slam tennis tournament. In 2005, Mirza reached the third round of the Australian Open, losing to the champion Serena Williams. In 2006, Mirza was awarded a Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest honor for her achievements as a tennis player. Mirza had had the best results of her career during the 2007 summer hardcourt season, finishing eighth in the 2007 U.
Open, she reached the third round before losing to Anna Chakvetadze for the third time in recent weeks. Mirza reached the quarter-finals at Hobart as No. She lost to Flavia Pennetta in three sets. She withdrew from Pattaya City because of a left adductor strain. Mirza reached the 4r at Indian Wells as No. 9 seed Shahar Pe’er en route, but lost to No. At the 2008 Wimbledon Championships, as No. 32 seed, Mirza was defeated by qualifier Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez, 6-0, 4-6, 9-7, having had several match points. Mirza was eliminated in the first round of the 2008 Beijing Olympics when she retired in her match against Iveta Benešová because of a right wrist injury. Mirza picked up her first Grand Slam title at the 2009 Australian Open.
Mirza then competed in the BNP Paribas Open where she lost in the second round to Flavia Pennetta. Mirza defeated Anna-Lena Gronefeld in the first round of the 2009 Wimbledon Championships. Mirza successfully qualified for the Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo but lost in the first round to Zheng Jie. Mirza won the first set but could not hold the lead, later losing to the Chinese player 7-5, 2-6, 3-6. At Osaka, Mirza won her first round match against 5th seed Shahar Peer 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. 1 at the 2005 Hyderabad Open. Premier Mandatory nor a Premier 5 tournament. 1As of 2008, Doha is a Tier I tournament, replacing San Diego and Zurich. 2 If ITF women’s circuit participations are included, overall win-loss record stands at 272-89.