Manisha Malhotra

Manisha Malhotra

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Manisha Malhotra Profile

  • Name:
  • Manisha Malhotra
  • Born:
  • September 19, 1976
  • Achievements:
  • Her Achievements in ITF Circuit Singles Event

     

    Winner at Mumbai on 13th April 2003

    Winner at Delhi on 10th September 2000

    Winner at Baltimore, United States on 23rd July 2000

    Winner at Sunderland, United States on 26th September 1999

    Winner at Harrisonburg, United States on 8th August 1999

     

    Her Achievements in ITF Circuit Doubles Event

     

    Winner at Bastad, Sweden on 1st July 2001

    Winner at Marsielle, France on 17th June 2001

    Winner at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 22nd April 2001

    Winner at Hilton Head Island, United States on 11th June 2000

    Winner at El Paso, United States on 28th May 2000

    Winner at Lucknow, India on 26th December 1999

    Winner at El Paso, United States on 30th May 1999

     

    Silver Medal in Mixed Doubles event with Mahesh Bhupathi at 2002 Asian Games held at Busan in South Korea on 11th October 2002

     

Manisha Malhotra Biography

Manisha Malhotra is an Indian sportswoman who plays the game of tennis. She is a retired professional tennis player who trains youngster in the game. Her highest world ranking was 314 as of 21st April 2003.

 

Manisha was born on 19th September 1976 in Mumbai in India. She represented India in tennis in women’s doubles event with Nirupama Vaidyanathan in 2000 Sydney Olympics but lost in the first round. She was shot into limelight when she won the silver medal at the Busan Asian Games 2002 in the mixed doubles event along with Mahesh Bhupathi. She plays in any surface hard, grass, clay or carpet.

 

In February 2002, she received International Olympic Committee prize for promoting women in sports. She was one of the six proud winners of this prize at the Women and Sports Awards ceremony held at Los Angeles. She received the world trophy for helping the disadvantaged girls and has traveled all over India to support women take part in various sporting events like archery, wrestling, boxing, badminton, shooting and squash, etc.

 

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Updated: December 24, 2012

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