Sania Mirza On Not Showing Vulnerability


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Sania Mirza is an Indian star athlete who made her country proud by becoming the number one tennis player in the world, as well as paving the path for many other South Asian female athletes. She was married to Pakistani cricket player Shoaib Malik. The ex-couple had a son and split recently, with Shoaib Malik marrying actress Sana Javed. Sania Mirza handled the situation with elegance, and she is still popular and respected in Pakistan. She just retired from athletics and has been pursuing other interests.

In an interview with Indian publication Firstpost, Sania Mirza discussed becoming a star at the age of 16. She stated that she became a public personality at the age of 16 and has spent the most of her life in the spotlight. She stated that she has always attempted to be as honest as possible in front of the camera.

She stated that it is difficult to be vulnerable to the world. She has been known to grin in front of the world despite having had a tantrum only minutes before. She stated that she occasionally expresses her fragility, but as a prominent figure, you cannot constantly do so since you may be taken advantage of.

Here’s what Sania had to say about not constantly being vulnerable to the world:

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