The number of returning players after becoming a mother in the world of sports is very small. Mary Kom and Sania Mirza of India continued to illuminate the name of the country even after becoming a mother. Boxing was previously called men's sport, but Mary Kom changed the perception. She is the only female boxer to become a six-time world champion. Along with this, he is the only boxer to have won medals in all seven of his World Championships. She became the mother of three children after marrying footballer Karung Onkolar. Even after that he continued boxing.
Mary Kom became the mother of twins in 2007. Then in 2013 she gave birth to a child. Despite being a mother and 37 years old, she is considered the best boxer in the world. She was the first Indian female boxer to win gold at the Asian Games (2014). After this, he won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games (2018). Now let's talk about Sania Mirza. Six-time Grand Slam winner Sania has been the No. 1 player in the doubles rankings for 91 weeks. He last played the tournament in 2017. She was then eliminated in the semi-finals of the China Open.
Sania's best single ranking is 27, which she achieved in 2007. He was married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik on 12 April 2010 in Hyderabad. In October 2018, Sania gave birth to a son Ijan. Since then she was away from the tennis court. Sania returned to the court this year to claim the title of the women's doubles of the Hobart International tournament. This is the 42nd WTA doubles title of Sania's career.
Talking about foreign players, Serena Williams of America and Kim Clijsters of Belgium won the Grand Slam title after becoming a mother. Clijsters, who was number one in 2003, was the most watched tennis player of her time. After becoming a mother in 2008, she won the US Open in 2009, 2010 and the Australian Open in 2011. Speaking of Serena, the 23-time Grand Slam winner returned to tennis after becoming a mother in 2017. She then lost in the finals of Wimbledon and US Open in 2018. In 2019 too, he faced defeat in the title match of these two tournaments.