Join Dafanews today and get to enjoy our Free to Play Games.
  • Coming Soon!

  • Join Dafanews

    Create Account

    Account and Contact Details

    Password strength:
    +00
    • Afghanistan+93
    • Aland Islands+35818
    • Albania+355
    • Algeria+213
    • Andorra+376
    • Angola+244
    • Anguilla+1264
    • Antarctica+672
    • Argentina+54
    • Armenia+374
    • Aruba+297
    • Australia+61
    • Austria+43
    • Azerbaijan+994
    • Bahamas+1242
    • Bahrain+973
    • Bangladesh+880
    • Barbados+1246
    • Belarus+375
    • Belize+501
    • Benin+229
    • Bermuda+1441
    • Bhutan+975
    • Bolivia+591
    • Bonaire Saint Eustatius and Saba+599
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina+387
    • Botswana+267
    • Bouvet Island+55
    • Brazil+55
    • British Indian Ocean Territory+246
    • British Virgin Islands+1284
    • Brunei Darussalam+673
    • Bulgaria+359
    • Burkina Faso+226
    • Burundi+257
    • Cambodia+855
    • Cameroon+237
    • Canada+1
    • Cape Verde+238
    • Cayman Islands+1345
    • Central African Republic+236
    • Chad+235
    • Chile+56
    • China+86
    • Christmas Island+618
    • Cocos (Keeling) Islands+618
    • Colombia+57
    • Comoros+269
    • Congo+242
    • Congo The Democratic Republic of the+243
    • Cook Islands+682
    • Costa Rica+506
    • Cote D'Ivoire+225
    • Croatia+385
    • Cuba+53
    • Czech Republic+420
    • Denmark+45
    • Djibouti+253
    • Dominica+1767
    • Dominican Republic+1809
    • Ecuador+593
    • Egypt+20
    • El Salvador+503
    • Equatorial Guinea+240
    • Eritrea+291
    • Estonia+372
    • Ethiopia+251
    • Falkland Islands (Malvinas)+500
    • Faroe Islands+298
    • Fiji+679
    • Finland+358
    • French Guiana+594
    • French Polynesia+689
    • French Southern Territories+262
    • Gabon+241
    • Gambia+220
    • Georgia+995
    • Germany+49
    • Ghana+233
    • Gibraltar+350
    • Greece+30
    • Greenland+299
    • Grenada+1473
    • Guadeloupe+590
    • Guatemala+502
    • Guernsey+441481
    • Guinea+224
    • Guinea-Bissau+245
    • Guyana+592
    • Haiti+509
    • Heard Island and McDonald Islands+0
    • Holy Sea (Vatican City State)+379
    • Honduras+504
    • Hongkong+852
    • Hungary+36
    • Iceland+354
    • India+91
    • Indonesia+62
    • Ireland+353
    • Isle of Man+441624
    • Italy+39
    • Jamaica+1876
    • Jersey+44
    • Jordan+962
    • Kazakhstan+7
    • Kenya+254
    • Kiribati+686
    • Korea Republic of+82
    • Kuwait+965
    • Kyrgyzstan+996
    • Lao People's Democratic Republic+856
    • Latvia+371
    • Lebanon+961
    • Lesotho+266
    • Liberia+231
    • Libyan Arab Jamahiriya+218
    • Liechtenstein+423
    • Lithuania+370
    • Luxembourg+352
    • Macedonia+389
    • Madagascar+261
    • Malawi+265
    • Malaysia+60
    • Maldives+960
    • Mali+223
    • Malta+356
    • Martinique+596
    • Mauritania+222
    • Mauritius+230
    • Mayotte+262
    • Mexico+52
    • Moldova Republic of+373
    • Monaco+377
    • Mongolia+976
    • Montenegro+382
    • Montserrat+1664
    • Morocco+212
    • Mozambique+258
    • Myanmar+95
    • Namibia+264
    • Nauru+674
    • Nepal+977
    • Netherlands+31
    • Netherlands Antilles+31
    • New Caledonia+687
    • New Zealand+64
    • Nicaragua+505
    • Niger+227
    • Nigeria+234
    • Niue+683
    • Norfolk Island+6723
    • Norway+47
    • Oman+968
    • Pakistan+92
    • Palestinian Territory Occupied+970
    • Panama+507
    • Papua New Guinea+675
    • Paraguay+595
    • Peru+51
    • Pitcairn Islands+64
    • Poland+48
    • Qatar+974
    • Reunion+262
    • Romania+40
    • Russian Federation+7
    • Rwanda+250
    • Saint Barthelemy+590
    • Saint Helena Ascension and Tristan da Cunha+290
    • Saint Kitts and Nevis+1869
    • Saint Lucia+1758
    • Saint Martin+590
    • Saint Pierre and Miquelon+508
    • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines+1784
    • Samoa+685
    • San Marino+378
    • Sao Tome and Principe+239
    • Saudi Arabia+966
    • Senegal+221
    • Serbia+381
    • Seychelles+248
    • Sierra Leone+232
    • Sint Maarten (Dutch part)+1721
    • Slovakia+421
    • Slovenia+386
    • Solomon Islands+677
    • Somalia+252
    • South Africa+27
    • South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands+500
    • Sri Lanka+94
    • Sudan+249
    • Suriname+597
    • Svalbard and Jan Mayen+47
    • Swaziland+268
    • Sweden+46
    • Switzerland+41
    • Syrian Arab Republic+963
    • Tajikistan+992
    • Tanzania United Republic of+255
    • Thailand+66
    • Timor-Leste+670
    • Togo+228
    • Tokelau+690
    • Tonga+676
    • Trinidad and Tobago+1868
    • Tunisia+216
    • Turkmenistan+993
    • Turks and Caicos Islands+1649
    • Tuvalu+688
    • Uganda+256
    • Ukraine+380
    • United Arab Emirates+971
    • Uruguay+598
    • USA+1
    • Uzbekistan+998
    • Vanuatu+678
    • Venezuela+58
    • Vietnam+84
    • Wallis and Futuna+681
    • Western Sahara+212
    • Yemen+967
    • Zambia+260
    • Zimbabwe+263

    General Information

    Enable One Login. All Access.

    I am at least 18 years old and have read and accepted the Terms and Conditions.

    Welcome, !

    You have successfully created your account. You can now enjoy our FREE TO PLAY GAMES

  • Coming Soon!

  • Play Now Play Now

    Welcome, !

    You have successfully created your account. You can now enjoy our FREE TO PLAY GAMES or access our wide range of DAFABET products

  • Coming Soon!

  • Can't Login?

    Coming Soon!

    The second coming of Sania Mirza

    Sania Mirza tennis

    Tennis   |   January 22, 2020

    Sania Mirza makes her long-awaited Grand Slam return in the doubles category as she along with her partner Nadiia Kichenok prepare to take on Chinese duo Han Xinyun and Zhu Lin in their first round of Australian Open clash.

    The Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna recipient made a successful return to the WTA circuit last week after she and Kichenok won the doubles category by beating another Chinese pair – Zhang Shuai and Peng Shuai – in the final of the Hobart Open. This latest triumph in her always burgeoning list of honours was Mirza’s first title after a two-year break.

    It was, in fact, her first tournament back since giving birth to son Izhaan and it’s safe to say that she couldn’t have hoped for a better comeback. Interestingly, her last WTA doubles title came in Australia as well when she teamed up with close friend Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the 2017 Brisbane International Open. It was her 42nd WTA doubles title and is certain to act as a confidence boost for the 33-year-old heading into the Australian Open.

    A former World No. 1 in women’s doubles and the most successful active doubles participant in the draw, she will eager to make an impact on the hard courts in Australia. Lest we forget, she’s a two-time Australian Open winner – once with Martina Hingis in the women’s doubles and then with Mahesh Bhupati in the mixed doubles category.
    The Australian Open mixed doubles triumph in 2009 with Bhupati, of course, was the first Grand Slam title of her career. However, unlike 2009, Sania is no longer one of the up and coming faces in the circuit. Much to the contrary, she’s now a seasoned professional on her way back into fray following a two-year layoff.

    That said, certain things remain the same as she looks to return to her best and re-establish herself as one of the leading charges in the WTA circuit. Any question marks that may have existed surrounding her desire, hunger and motivation to still complete at the highest level would have dissipated on the back of her triumphant return at Hobart less than a week ago.

    As is the case with any elite level athlete, the doubters and naysayers will always have their knives out looking for any chinks in her armour. Sania, though, has never been one to be weighed down by criticism and has proven doubters wrong, time and again in the past. Her latest challenge isn’t just rediscovering her best form after a lengthy layoff, but also becoming part of a select group of players to win a Grand Slam having returned to the sport as a mother.

    The legendary Margaret Court, Evonne Goolagong and most recently Kim Clijsters have all won a Grand Slam as mothers. Sania after her Hobart Open win dedicated the victory to her son and if that’s to serve as her motivation to succeed, the rest of the competition better brace themselves for some stern tests against her.

    Whether or not she goes on to win the Australian Open remains to be seen but between now and the end of her career, you wouldn’t put it past her to win another Grand Slam and join the likes of Court, Goolagong and Clijsters as mothers who’ve lifted a title in what will be another feather on her colourful cap.

    ×
    Embed Code