India vs Pakistan: Here's why Sania Mirza goes off social media

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Tennis star Sania Mirza (Representational Image)
Tennis star Sania Mirza (Representational Image)

New Delhi : Handful of hours is left and the whole world will see the clash between India and Pakistan in the ongoing Asia Cup 2018 in United Arab Emirates (UAE). Not just cricket fans but people with the least interest of the sport are excited witness one of the most anticipated cricket match of the season. In the aura of rivalry between the two Asian giants, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza who is also the wife of Shoaib Malik has decided to stay out of the social media world. Isn't it surprising! Well, here's the reason why she is switching off for her social media account.

Well, the possible reason might the posts, comments etc on social media which is compelling Sania Mirza to stay out of social media, as of now. Sources confirmed that Sania has decided to stay away from social media websites like Twitter so as to avoid nonsense and unnecessary comments. The player who is expecting her first child with her husband Shoaib Malik took to the micro-blogging website and said: Soo less than 24hrs to go for this match, safe to sign out of social media for a few days since the amount of nonsense that gonna be said here can make a ‘regular’ person sick ,let alone a pregnant one Later guys! Knock yourselves out!BUT remember-ITS ONLY A CRICKET MATCH! Toodles!”

It is known to all that Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has often been trolled after her marriage with Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik. Despite of unfavourable comments, the lovely couple has eight years of marriage. It is seen that the player couple has been a target for fans and experts whenever the cricket teams of India and Pakistan clash with each other.

Coming to the cricket field, India defeated Hong Kong by 26 runs in their first clash of the ongoing biennial tournament in Dubai on Tuesday and will play against Pakistan at the same ground in the last Group A match.