We'll be watching developments with interest for, despite her protests to the contrary, Sanja Mirza is treading on thin ice with the Muslim masses. From Reuters (with thanks to reader, and donor, David):
LONDON, June 28 - India's Sania Mirza hopes her decision to renew her doubles partnership with Israel's Shahar Peer at Wimbledon does not stir up another religious storm.
"We're playing tennis, we're not making statements. We're just here to play tennis and we're here to perform and be the best we can be," the Indian number one said on Thursday.
"Me and Shahar are playing just like the way me and (Eva) Birnerova played the French Open, just like the way I played with anyone else the last six weeks. It doesn't make any statement."
The last time Mirza, a Muslim, joined forces with Peer at the 2005 Japan Open, their association was short-lived.
Under pressure from militants furious over a Muslim and a Jew playing together, Mirza called for some time out.
She hopes their second stab at success will be remembered more for their on-court exploits.
"We've grown up together. We're great friends. So we said, why not?" said Mirza, who comes from the southern Indian city of Hyderabad.
"We were both very lucky to find each other because it's someone who suits each other's game. I have a big forehand, she has a big backhand. We've done well in the past.
"We really don't care whether she's from Israel or I'm from Pakistan. At the end of the day it matters whether we win a match or not."
From Pakistan? I thought she was from Hyderabad, India. Maybe she was trying to say Muslim without saying Muslim. Clearly she's caught between two worlds.