Sania was selected in the TOPS during the 56th meeting of the Mission Olympic Cell in New Delhi.
Dubai Open tennis: Sania Mirza confirms participation in tournament after recovering from calf injury
Sania will pair up with her French partner Caroline Garcia and they face Russia's Alla Kudryavtseva and Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik in the opening round of the women's doubles event on Wednesday.
Australian Open 2020: Indian challenge ends with Rohan Bopanna-Nadiia Kichenok pair's meek exit in mixed doubles
The Indian challenge at the Australian Open ended after Rohan Bopanna and his Ukrainian partner Nadiia Kichenok were knocked out in straight sets in the quarter-final of the mixed doubles event in Melbourne on Thursday.
Australian Open 2020: Leander Paes bids final goodbye to tournament after defeat in mixed doubles second round
Leander Paes' last Australian Open outing came to and end after he and partner Jelena Ostapenko were knocked out of the mixed doubles competition, going down in straight sets to Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Australian Open 2020: Leander Paes, Jelena Ostapenko reach mixed doubles second round with hard fought win
Paes and Ostapenko, the 2017 French Open champion, erased a one-set deficit to edge out local wild cards entrants Storm Sanders and Marc Polmans 6-7(4), 6-3, 10-6 in the opening round which lasted one hour and 27 minutes.
Australian Open 2020: Divij Sharan loses second-round men's doubles match; Rohan Bopanna sole Indian left in the fray
With Sharan's loss, India's campaign in the men's doubles ended as Rohan Bopanna had made a first-round exit on Wednesday
Sania Mirza interview: 'I proved that I wasn’t too rusty,' Indian ace optimistic despite retiring from Australian Open through injury
The pair of Mirza and Kichenok were never really in the game as the Indian struggled with her injury right from the beginning of the match
Australian Open 2020: Sania Mirza retires mid-way into women's doubles first round clash due to calf injury
Sania Mirza's first Grand Slam outing after maternity leave ended with an early exit as the Indian ace retired mid-way into her women's doubles first-round match due to a calf injury
Sania Mirza had been away from action for two years with a knee injury and then birth of son in 2018. She returned with win in Hobart and has another "first" for an Indian at Australian Open.
Australian Open 2020: India's Prajnesh Gunneswaran crashes out after going down fighting to Japanese wildcard Tatsuma Ito
World no.122 Prajnesh, who entered the main draw as a lucky loser in the qualifiers, lost in straight sets 6-4, 6-2, 7-5 against Japanese wild card Tatsuma Ito, ranked 22 places below the Indian, in a rescheduled first round tie that lasted for two hours and one minute.
Hobart International 2020: 'My son is my inspiration to be here', says Sania Mirza after victorious return from two-year break
Mirza, who won six Grand Slam doubles titles, took a break from the game after the China Open in October 2017 and gave birth to her son a year later.
'Motivation for all of us': Twitterati salute Sania Mirza for her Hobart International title win on comeback
Sania Mirza, with her partner Nadiia Kichenok, won the doubles title at Hobart International. Her first tournament since the birth of son Izhaan.
In a dream start to her second innings after a two-year break, Sania Mirza lifted the WTA Hobart International trophy with partner Nadiia Kichenok after edging out Peng Shuai and Shuai Zhang in the final.
Hobart International 2020: Sania Mirza, Nadiia Kichenok storm into doubles final after beating Tamara Zidansek-Marie Bouzkova
Sania and Kichenok sailed past the Slovenian-Czech pair of Tamara Zidansek and Marie Bouzkova 7-6 (3) 6-2 in the semi-final contest that lasted one hour and 24 minutes.
Hobart International: Sania Mirza, Nadiia Kichenok drawn against Oksana Kalashnikova and Miyu Kato in women's doubles first round
Sania Mirza and her partner Nadiia Kichenok have been drawn to meet of Georgia and Miyu Kato of Japan in their opening round at the Hobart International, the first tournament the Indian ace will compete in her comeback bid.
Sania Mirza, on the comeback trail from wrist injury and childbirth, will pair up with Rohan Bopanna at the Australian Open. They last teamed up at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Sania Mirza to make return to competitive tennis with Hobart international, followed by Australian Open
Sania, winner of six Grand Slam titles, said she is back to her best shape.
Fed Cup: Ashleigh Barty, Casey Dellacqua beat Nadiia and Lyudmyla Kichenok in doubles to help Australia pip Ukraine
Barty was Australia's leading light with her third victory of the weekend after beating both Lyudmyla Kichenok and Marta Kostyuk in her singles matches.