ثانیہ مرزا حجاب پہن کر اپنے شوہر کی ٹیم میں واپسی کے لیے دعائیں کرنے میں مصروف ثانیہ مرزا مشرقی لباس بھی پہنتی ہیں کمنٹ میں لازمی بتائیں کہ آپ کو ثانیہ کی یہ تصاویر کیسی لگیں

A new tweet from former Pakistan cricket captain Shoaib Malik and his wife, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza, has sparked speculation on social media as to whether the two are pointing to something special.

The accompanying tweet outlines a wardrobe with ‘Mirza’ written on the shirt hanging in the first box, a newborn baby’s dress on the shirt hanging in the middle box with ‘Mirza Malik’ written at the bottom and the last box I have ‘Country’ written on the hanging shirt.

It should be noted that Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza were married in April 2010 and have no children.

Following these tweets, people on social media have started congratulating the two and good wishes are being expressed for them.

Pakistani fast bowler Wahab Riaz, batsman Fawad Alam, former captain and coach Waqar Younis’ wife Faryal Waqar, actress Maura Hussain and others have also tweeted congratulations to the two.

In addition to congratulations, his fans also made several comments in their tweets.

Australian cricket commentator Dennis Friedman asked in his tweet which country’s passport he would get, while another user Muhammad Salman also asked what the nationality of the child would be.

On the other hand, Mayanti Langer, a user from India, congratulated him and said that there should be a party on it and at the same time suggested that the child should be named Shonia.

Another user, Ahmed, congratulated him and asked him to become a golfer.

Nadir Omar Sheikh of Indian Gujarat congratulated Sania Mirza in his tweet but also said that maybe it means that your tennis career is over now and no other Sania will be seen in the future.

It may be recalled that while speaking at a function in Goa, India this month, Sania Mirza had said that she and her husband Shoaib Malik both wanted a daughter but the name of the child to be born would be ‘Mirza Malik’.

Talking about gender segregation at Goa Fest 2018, he said that both the spouses have talked about naming their children ‘Mirza Malik’ instead of just Malik.

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