Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor have extended their support for tennis superstar Sania Mirza after she announced her retirement plans on Wednesday. Taking to his Instagram Story, Ranveer posted a picture of Sania in which she can be seen holding the Indian flag proudly. Along with the picture, he wrote, “Queen @mirzasaniar,” and added a crown emoticon. Sania Mirza Retirement: Tennis Superstar Reveals Her Retirement Plans, Says 2022 Season Will Be Her Last.
Arjun Kapoor also took to his Instagram Story and wrote, “truly an inspiration to many @mirzasaniar.” Mirza announced her retirement plans after her opening-round loss in women’s doubles event at the ongoing Australian Open. The 35-year-old after her match said: “There’s a few reasons for it. It’s not as simple as ‘okay I’m not going to play’. I do feel my recovery is taking longer, I’m putting my 3-year-old son at risk by travelling so much with him, that’s something I have to take into account. I think my body is wearing down. My knee was really hurting today and I’m not saying that’s the reason we lost but I do think that it is taking time to recover as I’m getting older.” Sania Mirza To Retire After 2022 Season, Makes Announcement After First-Round Defeat at Australian Open.
Ranveer Singh’s Tribute to Sania Mirza
Ranveer Singh’s Tribute to Sania Mirza (Photo Credits: Instagram Story)
Arjun Kapoor Reacts to Sania Mirza retirement
Arjun Kapoor Reacts to Sania Mirza retirement (Photo Credits: Instagram Story)
“Also for me to find that motivation everyday to come out. The energy is not the same anymore. There are more days than there used to be where I don’t feel like doing that. I’ve always said that I will play until I enjoy that grind, the process which I’m not sure I’m enjoying as much anymore.” “Having said that, I still want to play the season because I’m enjoying it enough to play the year. I’ve worked very hard to come back, get fit, lose the weight and try to set a good example for mothers, new mothers to follow their dreams as much as they can. Beyond this season, I don’t feel my body doing it. It’s beat,” Mirza added. The Indian tennis player has won six Grand Slams and has reached the summit of the WTA doubles ranking. Mirza is also the first Indian to break into the top 30 in the WTA singles ranking.
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