The world’s largest sports carnival – the Olympics – will begin on July 23 in Tokyo. Prior to the event, top athletes from around the world share their excitement with their followers on various social networks. On Wednesday, Grand Slam champion Sania Mirza joined the list six times, posting her video on Instagram in India’s new Olympic kit. In a nutshell, the former world number one duo saw the recent hits of American rapper Doja Cat “Kiss Me More”.
“On my behalf” A “is so much more in my life,” Sania says in the video on Insta. In the footage, he explained what “A” was in his name. – Indicates “Attack, ambition, achievement and love”.
The publication was a huge success with 34-year-old followers who liked and commented on their feedback. Within 2 hours of sharing, the message has garnered more than 55,000 likes.
In response to the message, the daughter of industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla, Ananya Birla, wrote: “I like dance moves, especially gesture, congratulations and good things.”
One user also greeted Sania for the Tokyo Games.
“The best thing about the Olympics is madam,” the comment read. The user also used two blue-hearted emojis in the message.
Praising the tennis star, another fan said, “Oh, he’s adorable too.”
The Indian Olympic Kit for the 2020 Tokyo Games was launched last month by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA).
On Tuesday, Sania also had talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a live videoconference and discussed preparations for the next event.
In a live chat, the Prime Minister praised the Indian star for his performances over the years. He also asked Sania what efforts she needs to make to become the ultimate tennis champion.
Sania responds to her consultant, “Now they think young children can become great players in tennis. They need hard work, support and dedication. Fate plays a role but nothing will happen without a lot of work and talent.”
Sania was last seen at 2020 at Wimbledon. She will be representing India in Tokyo at the Women’s Doubles event with Ankita Rain.
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