Sania Mirza has what it takes to become a top-30 player again, says coach Scott Davidoff, who has been training her along with Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna.“I see her as one of the top women players of the world. The prolonged break has, in fact, done her good and it is nice to see her healthy and hitting as hard as ever. She is lot quicker and, definitely, her big forehand is in really good shape now, and so is the first serve,” he said.
He said Sania needed match-play to get back her confidence. “She has been a positive person and I am sure she will do it,” he said.
“When you are making a comeback, everything might not fall into place quickly and one needs to be patient. Also, it is important to have the right folks around you — trainer, coach, family and friends…and set little goals,” he said.