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Sania Mirza opens the retirement of Shoaib Malik

Sania Mirza tennis star opens up:

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza opens the retirement of Shoaib Malik. Seeing Shoaib Malik’s wellness, Tennis Player Sania Mirza is of the opinion that she can play for a few more years.

Shoaib Malik decided to get the retirement from cricket, his plan to move forward to his carrier on another dimension.

The veteran cricketer has turned 40 at the end, but the level of wellness is similar to that of the youthful players, which Sania Mirza acknowledges.

Shoaib Malik’s retirement from the T20I was a moving start after Muhammad Hafeez recently unhooked his boots.

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Shoaib Malik decided to:

When Shoaib spoke about Malik’s health at a meeting with Cricket Pakistan, sania mirza tennis player (spouse) said, “Shoaib is not every day.

I usually let him know he’s honored. He’s screwed up and really tries to be as solid and fit as he looks.”

The versatile Sania Mirza is embodied for everyone.

“It’s a wonderful model for a lasting sound, a solid lifestyle,” the teen star added.

Speaking about Shoaib Malik’s in-game future, sania mirza shoaib malik said,

“I think he can play. I usually let him know that if you’re intellectually ready to continue playing, you can continue for a few more years.”

Saniamirza also claimed that there is no retirement age and the game should be continued until they can fully contribute to the game.

The 35-year-old player announced late that he was retiring from tennis and said,

“he would stop his career before the 2022 finish because his body was ready to be simply fantastic.”

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However, Sania Mirza opens the retirement of Shoaib Malik and said,

“He has no plans to finish his cricket sport now. The 40-year-old versatile player is currently playing for Peshawar Zalmi in continuous PSL 7”

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