Izhaan Mirza Malik watches his ‘baba’ play cricket on TV

Izhaan Mirza Malik watches his ‘baba’ play cricket on TV

Izhaan Mirza Malik watches his ‘baba’ play cricket on TV

Ace Tennis player, Sania, took to Twitter to post a series of pictures of her spending some delightful moments with her baby and while also watching Shoaib Malik don the green of Pakistan.

Saying on the matter, Sania further added that "It truly is the biggest match, tournament [or] achievement I've ever won or had and there is no feeling or blessing that can be greater than this..."

As we all know, our very own Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik recently welcomed a little version of themselves in to the world.

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Indian ace Tennis star Sania Mirza became a first-time mommy as she gave birth to a attractive baby boy on October 30. She and hubby Shoaib Malik were blessed with a baby boy on October 30. On Friday night, Mirza was spotted leaving the Rainbow Hospital in Hyderabad with her new born son Izhaan Mirza-Malik. When the news of Izhaan's birth broke on Tuesday, social media was flooded with congratulatory messages for the couple. Congratulations poured in for the couple, and Farah Khan Kunder was one of the first to share her happiness. "He actually wants a daughter", She said.

"I finally have gotten sometime after this overwhelming feeling to get online and check the msgs and love we have received". The champion has taken some time off for her maternity break but hopes to be back in action for the Tokyo Olympics. And later announced on social media that she was expecting a baby. Sania at the "Goa Fest 2018" earlier this year had said that their child would keep surnames of both of them.

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