Six-time Grand Slam winner Sania Mirza posted an adorable picture of her son who she and her husband Shoaib Malik named Izhaan Mirza Malik. The tennis star and former Pakistan skipper Shoaib got married on 12th April 2010. It was a traditional Hyderabadi Muslim wedding. The event of her marriage ceremony took place at the Taj Krishna Hotel in Hyderabad. The wedding was followed by a Pakistani wedding customs for a mahr of Rs. 6.1 million.
Have a look at the picture posted by Sania:
Sania Mirza gave birth to her little angel on October 30, 2018. She had also shared a picture in which she can be seen with her son a few days back.
Talking with the Femina, the tennis player had shared, “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-realization. I feel privileged that I was able to go through it. I had a decently easy pregnancy, if there is such a thing.”
In an interview, talking about embracing motherhood, she had stated, “A lot has changed after becoming a mother, your life changes, I think the whole focus becomes about the baby and prioritizing the baby. Me as a working woman, I obviously want to get back to tennis, so I am trying to prioritize my time. It is the most selfless kind of love I have ever known, and it is the most amazing feeling I have ever had. My life has completely changed for the better. Ya, Shoaib is also playing quite a lot and is travelling so he does help whenever he can.”
She also revealed, “I think I am embracing it, it is not so much coping. I am embracing everything. It is new challenges and new things to do. New ideas and new plans, days and nights are now different. Most definitely the easiest part is embracing everything and be there for my baby, loving my baby. I want everything in the world more for him than anybody else. That has been easiest thing. Nothing really has been so difficult but maybe the night sleep because being an athlete, sleeping throughout the night is something I was used to but now it doesn't happen that often.”