Sania Mirza Shares An Adorable Picture With Her Son, Izhaan Mirza Malik From The Tennis Court

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Sania Mirza Shares An Adorable Picture With Her Son, Izhaan Mirza Malik From The Tennis Court

The road to being a mother is a bumpy one, with its own share of ups and downs. However, the joy of the same can never be explained in a writer’s quotes or a poet’s verse. Ace tennis player, Sania Mirza, who gave birth to her little munchkin, Izhaan Mirza Malik on October 30, 2018, is making sure to give him the best. (Recommend Read: Vivek Dahiya's Kind Gesture Towards Divyanka Made Her Feel Loved And Appreciated [Picture Inside])

On March 12, 2019, Sania took to her Instagram handle and shared an adorable picture with her son, Izhaan, and her fans are sure that he will grow up into a fantastic tennis player. Confused? Well, in the picture, we can see Sania posing with her son, Izhaan, while she is teaching him how to hold the tennis racket. Along with the picture, she wrote, “This racket might be slightly big for you Izzy #MyLaddu #Izhaan #MashaAllah”. Check out the picture below:

Sania, who took a break from the tennis during her pregnancy, came back on the tennis court as a warrior princess. On March 10, 2019, Sania had her first informal match, post-pregnancy. She had shared a video of the same on her social media, and wrote, “So....this happened today”. Take a look at the video below: (Also Read: Ravi Dubey Asks Sargun Mehta 'Melody Itni Chocolaty Kyun Hai?', Her Answer Is Savage)

Recently, in an interview with PTI, Sania had talked about returning to the tennis ground again. She had said, “Well, I have been able to play these roles thick and fast. I have been a wife for a while. I have become a mother just now. I am trying to get back to the top level. I know, it is not going to be easy, but nothing is worth than doing it.” She further went on to say, “My realistic goal is to make a comeback to the sport. Probably by the end of this year it may happen. Earlier I had talked about my return by 2020. There was a reason for that I didn't want to put pressure on myself and still don't.”

Sania had opened up about her 9-months experience when Izhaan was in her tummy with Femina. She had said, “The experience was good—it was overwhelming and different. I think, as women, we underestimate our bodies and what they can do, and I had that self-realisation. I feel privileged that I was able to go through it. I had a decently easy pregnancy, if there is such a thing.”

In the same interview, she gave a strong message to the young girls and women to choose what is right for them. She had said, “The most important thing I would like to say to girls and women is that you have to choose what you feel is right. There are certain cultural dos and don’ts that we are subjected to as girls while growing up, and even as adults after we have grown up. There is no right or wrong from that perspective, you have to go by what you feel. You have to believe in your dreams and, more importantly, yourself. I was lucky to have a family that backed and supported me in every decision—whether it was playing tennis, getting married, or wanting to have a kid. It was always about when I wanted to do it, and not about what the cultural norm was. I want to tell women that if you really want to do something, and believe in it, then you can have it all; you don’t have to choose.” (Don't Miss: Surbhi Tiwari's Mother-In-Law Gifted Her A Unique Silver Crown At Her Delhi Wedding Reception)

Well, Sania is definitely #MomGoals! What do you think?

Cover and Images Courtesy: Sania Mirza
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