0 WTA, 2 ITF
New Delhi, India
| 7 March 1988 (age 27)
New Delhi, India (1988-03-07) |
Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
Ankita Bhambri, Yuki Bhambri, Isha Lakhani, Rushmi Chakravarthi, Prerna Bhambri
Sanaa Bhambri Wikipedia
Sanaa Bhambri (Hindi: सना भाम्बरी; born 7 March 1988) is a former professional tennis player from India. Her highest singles ranking is World No. 434, which she achieved in October 2005. She has won one $25,000 ITF doubles event at Lagos, Nigeria in 2005 and competed in three WTA Tour event main draws.
In her career, Bhambri won 2 ITF singles titles and 12 doubles titles.
A left-hander, Bhambri reached the semifinals of the 2003 French Open Girls' Doubles event, partnering compatriot Sania Mirza.
In October 2005, partnering Ankita Bhambri, Sanaa won the $25,000 Lagos 2 ITF event. The sister tandem won both their semi-final and final matches by seeing their opponents withdraw before a point was played.
Her only WTA Tour main draw appearances were at Kolkata at the Sunfeast Open, in each of the three years that the event was held – 2005, 2006 and 2007. Competing in doubles, Bhambri lost in the first round each time.
Active on tour from 2005 through 2010, competing primarily in events in India and Thailand, Bhambri won 12 $10,000 ITF tournaments; two in singles (October 2006 in Ahmedabad and June 2008 in Gurgaon) and ten in doubles.
Sanaa won a triple crown at the 2004 DSCL National Championships held in Delhi- in Women's Singles, Women's Doubles and Girls' Under 18s singles. She is the youngest Indian to achieve the feat.
Bhambri's sister Ankita and brother Yuki all are or have been tour-level tennis players. She has cousins Prerna Bhambri and Prateek Bhambri who also play on the Indian circuit.