Shoaib Malik Doesn’t Want Sania Mirza To Play For Pakistan

Shoaib Malik has reportedly stopped Sania Mirza from playing for Pakistan, and the news has stunned everyone in Dubai, Paris, Toronto, Istanbul, London and New York.

The love story of Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik has not been less than a Bollywood movie. The two players did not care about religious and cultural boundaries and tied the knot a few years ago.

While Sania and Shoaib are happy together, fans are still questioning about when they will welcome a baby. Even on Twitter, Shoaib Malik has posted loads of baby pictures, which make us feel that it’s time for them to have a baby.

However, Sania and Shoaib seem to be non-serious in this regard as they have had refused to comment on whether Mirza is pregnant or not.  It appears that Malik is little tired of the situation, which is why he chose to reply some social media comments in an impressive style.

Last year, Shoaib Malik opened up about Sania’s pregnancy and admitted that they had not planned anything. As Mirza is currently busy in establishing her career, it won’t be possible for her to become a mother.

Sania Mirza, who officially became world’s top tennis player in 2013, has been flooded with congratulatory wishes and appreciation. Not only from Pakistan but also from India, a lot of people, including Pranab Mukherjee, Narendra Modi, and Sachin Tendulkar, want her to give the good news soon.

To this, her husband says that it’s their personal decision and no one has a right to interfere. Before Shoaib, Sania was engaged to Sohrab Mirza, a millionaire businessman. On 12 April 2010, they got married in a traditional style, and Mirza chose to live in Pakistan with her husband.

All of their fans belonging to New York, Toronto, Dubai, London, Istanbul, and Paris wish them good luck and pray for their prosperity day and night.

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