Tennis star Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik to announce divorce after settling legal issues: report


Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik are about to divorce. Photo: Instagram of Sania Mirza


  • Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik are about to divorce
  • The star couple married in 2010
  • They were blessed with a baby boy in 2018
Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik to divorce? Speculation is rife about the star couple splitting after 12 years of marriage. Neither Sania nor Shoaib have yet commented on the rumours. But Sania shared cryptic messages on Instagram.

Amidst this, a report from revealed the reason why the couple did not announce their divorce. According to the report, Sania and Shoaib have signed contracts with different shows and they will announce the decision after resolving the legal issues. They will be co-parenting their son, Izhaan

Sania and Shoaib were married in April 2010. The big affair took place at a hotel in Hyderabad. The couple often stayed apart due to work commitments. They were blessed with a baby boy in 2018. Sania made a winning return to the sport in January 2020 and won the Hobart International Doubles.

Due to COVID-19, Shoaib and Sania did not meet for five months. The Pakistani cricketer has been allowed to skip four weeks of training to meet his family.

Speaking to at the time, Shoaib revealed that he was not nervous about marrying Sania despite the strained relations between India and Pakistan. “No, not at all. In a marriage, you don’t care where your partner is from or what happens between countries or in politics. That’s not our domain. If you love someone and you get married to that person, that should be all that matters regardless of where you are from.. More broadly, I have a lot of Indian friends and I don’t find anything strained because of the relationship between the two countries I am a cricketer, not a politician,” he said.

Shoaib is currently working as a cricket pundit for a news channel. He has not announced his retirement from international cricket.

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