Early Life of Manisha Malhotra
Manisha Malhotra was born on 19th September in the year 1976, in Mumbai. She is a retired professional tennis player from India. Manisha Malhotra started her career at a very early age.
Career of Manisha Malhotra
The career of Manisha Malhotra started in Singles tennis, where she got 314, achieved on 21st April in the year 2003. In Doubles Tennis tournament, Manisha Malhotra has reached 149 on 8th April 2002.
Later Career of Manisha Malhotra
Manisha Malhotra has won five singles and seven doubles titles on the ITF tour in her career. Manisha Malhotra later played for Indian Tennis Tournament Team at the Fed Cup. There Manisha Malhotra has a win-loss record of 17-15. Manisha Malhotra represented Indian Tennis Tournament at the 2000 Sydney Olympics in Women's Doubles partnering Nirupama Vaidyanathan, but lost in the first round to Jelena Dokic and Rennae Stubbs. Manisha Malhotra had her most successful career in the year 2002, where she was the runner-up and won the Silver Medal at the Busan Asian Games, partnering Mahesh Bhupathi, Manisha Malhotra took part in the 2003 Hyderabad Open Tennis Tournament but lost in the first round.
Retirement of Manisha Malhotra
Manisha Malhotra retired from national and international tennis scenario in the year 2004.
Career Statistics of Manisha Malhotra
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