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Sania Mirza responds to ‘settling down’ comment after pregnancy announcement
Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik are expecting their first child. The Indian Tennis and Pakistani cricket star couple on Monday, announced the news that they are expecting a baby.
The couple has received many message of congratulations after the announcement which came in ‘a very cute post’. Sania and Shoaib are expected to become parents in October.
Journalist Rajdeep Sardesai also conveyed his wishes to Sania Mirza congratulating her on ‘settling down’. This message was a reference to an old interview of his with the tennis ace.
Sardesai tweeted: “Congratulations on ‘settling down’!! god bless the family!!”
Congratulations on ‘settling down’!!?? god bless the family!!? https://t.co/R41NMLpkjj
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) April 24, 2018
Mirza, who is one to never back down, replied “Well thank you Rajdeep … still not ‘settling’ now though … have been settled for a while.” The message ended with emojis of a laugh and a wink.
Well thank you Rajdeep … still not ‘settling’ now though .. have been settled for a while ? ? https://t.co/udRESQnxu8
— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) April 25, 2018
However, Sania was ready with her own cheeky responce to the tweet. She wrote: “Well thank you Rajdeep … still not ‘settling’ now though .. have been settled for a while.”
The message ended with emojis of a laugh and a wink.
This was not the first time Mirza and Sardesai had an exchange. Two years ago, Sardesai had questioned Mirza on air about motherhood and settling down, a question she didn’t take too lightly.
“That’s the question I face all the time as a woman, that all women have to face — the first is marriage and then it’s motherhood.
Unfortunately, that’s when we’re settled, and no matter how many Wimbledons we win or number ones in the world we become, we don’t become settled.
But eventually it will happen, not right now. And when it does happen I’ll be the first one to tell everybody when I plan to do that,” Mirza had said.
The three-time Grand Slam doubles winner had announced earlier this month that any child she had would bear the Mirza-Malik surname and that Shoaib wanted a daughter.
Sania, 31, has been sidelined since October with a knee injury. She has slipped from number one in the world doubles ranking — the first for an Indian woman — to 24.
Sania was the world number one women’s doubles player at the time of the interview in 2016.