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    Sania supports Paes-Bhupathi split FrontierDesk
    FrontierDesk on Wednesday, December 7, 2011
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    Ace tennis star Sania Mirza today backed the decision of experienced duo of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi to part ways ahead of 2012 London Olympics.


    The Hyderabadi felt the split of the 'Indian Express' pair was justified as the duo had played together in the Olympics without much success.



    “The fact is that Leander and Mahesh have played in the Olympics three times or four times and fallen short. The fact is that they might be the most experienced pair but they have come short. This is Mahesh's view as well honestly," she told reporters during an informal chat here.


    "I think it all depends on association (AITA) and the chairman (on what to do next). I think we have to wait and watch. Eight months is a long time in a tennis player's life. Things change. A lot of things can change. So whatever happens we will try to put our best team ahead and try to do well," she added.
                               
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