French Open Is The Toughest Grand Slam, Says Sania Mirza

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Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has said that French Open is the toughest grand slam to win. Sania claimed that clay is clearly not the strong suit for her and her partner Martina Hingis.

Hingis and Sania Mirza have won three grand slams titles in a row and they will be looking to extend the streak at the French Open in May.

“I hope that the chances are bright, considering we won the last three Grand Slams. But it is going to be our toughest Grand Slam to win. It is not our favourite surface. But we are doing whatever we can and hopefully we can get that ‘Santina’ slam, so to say,” Sania Said.

The winning streak of Sania and Hingis, which lasted a whopping 41 matches, had come to an end recently when they were defeated in the quarter finals of the Qatar Open by Russian duo of Elena Vesnina and Daria Kasatkina.

Sania also took out from time to speak about the food habits of her partner and said that Hingis loves Indian food with biriyani being her favourite.

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