there are...for e.g. sania mirza...Indian muslim girl and tennis star...won silver in asia games...then there are pakistani teams in various disciplines...all are chiefly muslims...
Afghanistan and Iran both have women's soccer teams.
But they are not in the top ranks in coresponding sports.Im folowing swiming,basketball,handball,tennis and I dont see them.Corect me if Im wrong.Yes you are right about mirza sania,but she is far from being a tennis star, and she is the only one muslim women,if we dont count Aravane Rezai who escaped Iran when she was a litlle girl and now she lives in France.Top women tennis players are in USA,Europa,Russia, Poland,Ukraine.
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