In Conversation with Rodhsi Singhal

I remember the day my football journey officially started. I was in class 4 when our sports teacher (who was extremely terrifying to us kids back then) entered the classroom asking only those students to raise their hands who were taking training in any football academy, after a quick internal debate with myself and with a lot of fear and hesitation in my mind, I raised my hand though in reality I wasn’t training in any football academy

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Sania Mirza

Born on 15th November, 1986 to Imran Mirza and Nasima Mirza, Sania Mirza is undoubtedly one of the greatest tennis players India has ever produced. She started playing tennis at the young age of six. Sania Mirza was a former world no. 1 in doubles and has also won six Grand Slam titles in her career.
Sania Mirza was the highest ever ranked player from India at 27 as per the Women’s Tennis Association.

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In Conversation with Manasi

I started playing athletics when I was just six years old. My events are 100m and 200m. Honestly, I had no complete plan in my mind back then. I just loved playing and athletics being the base for every sport, since it involves every aspect of fitness, my parents and I decided to choose it. Later on, even if I didn’t like the sport, I could shift to something else and adapting to that sport won’t be a problem. So this was the basic idea behind joining athletics at Deccan gymkhana. Frankly, I didn’t realise when I started loving the sport so much. I started playing district and state-level matches back in 2nd standard and won gold and bronze, respectively. After that, I couldn’t stop myself from running. 

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