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Sania Mirza is firmly behind hubby's achievements

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Tennis women’s champion Sania Mirza is happily flaunting her baby bump on social media, as well as in magazines, much to the delight of her female fans. The sportsperson, who announced her pregnancy last April in a cryptic message on Instagram, has declared that the surname of her to-be-born child will be Mirza-Malik and not just Malik. She has also revealed a rather cute fact -- that husband Shoaib Malik wants a baby girl! Yesterday on Twitter she posted a pic of herself by a swimming pool, clad in a blue dress with the caption: “I feel blue”. A few days ago, she was seen in a red dress holding onto a cup with the message: “I woke up like this. Just having a cup of coffee casually.” Here we must mention that the lady is an avid supporter of hubby Shoaib’s cricketing achievements and spends quite a lot of time trumpeting them on social media. She recently posted a series of tweets to celebrate Shoaib’s being the first cricketer to achieve playing in a 100 T20I matches and for his achieving 2,000 runs in the format. And yesterday she refreshed that by announcing that only three players have joined the 2,000 runs club in the format since the beginning of the month – the other two being Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. We sure hope that Shoaib Malik is suitably chuffed by his wife’s admiration of him?!

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