Sania Mirza Copying Shoaib Akhtar Style

Sania Imran Mirza has one of the most beautiful tennis players of India, Pakistan, Dubai, New York, Istanbul, London, and Toronto.



She is currently one of the high ranked females in game industry. Here Sania Mirza is spotted to be copying Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar’s style.

The way Shoaib used to bowl and get wicket has been exactly copied by Sania.

In this program, she seems to be in funny and exciting mood which is why she has done something that makes us laugh.

This Indo-Pakistani professional female has won over Svetlana Kuznetsova, Vera Zvonareva, Marion Bartoli, Martina Hingis, Dinara Safina, and Victoria Azarenka.

Sania has brought home many titles. Additionally, she is one of the prominent Indian females in the Open Era to be featured at a Grand Slam tournament.

Throughout her career, she has won fourteen medals, including six gold and others.

She was born in Mumbai, to Imran Mirza and Naseema. Her parents, after Sania Mirza was born, moved to Hyderabad.

She and her sister, Anam, grew up in an Islamic family.

Mirza attended Nasr School in Hyderabad, and completed graduation from the St. Mary’s College. She has an honorary degree of Doctor of Letters that she received from the MGR Educational and Research Institute University in Chennai in 2008.

The female tennis diva, apart from the fact that has undergone several controversies, still has maintained her profile the whole world.

In India, many times, Mirza was criticized for marrying Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik.




We highly admire the way Sania has kept her confidence maintained even when some Indians tried to risk her repute before media.

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Nowadays, she is living in Pakistan, with her husband, and Mirza told in an interview that she is really very happy to be in Pakistan permanently.

Every man of Toronto, Dubai, New York, London, Istanbul, and India, should give respect to the wives of Pakistani cricketers.

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