Sania Mirza shall be main the Indian contingent’s tennis hopes heading to Tokyo Olympics, which will get underway subsequent week. The Indian tennis legend set the temper in a enjoyable video posted on her Instagram feed. In the video, the six-time Grand Slam winner is seen donning India’s new Olympic package, as she shows her dance abilities in the brief reel. Notably, India’s Olympic package for the 2020 Tokyo Games was launched final month by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA).
The video begins with the tennis star grooving to the favored music ‘Kiss me more’ by Doja Cat and shortly after, a textual content seems on the display screen that reads “The ‘A’ in my name stands for”.
She captioned the reel video as, “The ‘A’ in my name stands for soooo much in my life.” Later in the video, she defined that the ‘A’ in her identify stands for – “Aggression, Ambition, Achieve and Affection.”
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The video, up to now, has garnered greater than 1 lakh likes and tons of feedback with coronary heart emojis. “I like the dance moves, especially the wink, congrats ya good stuff,” commented singer Ananya Birla. Another person commented, ”Cannot wait to see you in Olympics.”
This is Sania’s 4th Olympics foray and she will have 27-year-old Ankita Raina as her partner for the Tokyo Olympics in the Women’s Doubles event. With this, Sania will now turn into the primary feminine athlete to characterize India at 4 Olympics when she options on the Tokyo 2020, slated to get underway from July 23, whereas Ankita Raina shall be making her debut on the showpiece occasion.
Recently, the 34-year-old tennis participant additionally interacted with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and mentioned preparations for the forthcoming occasion.
Talking about efforts one has to place into turning into the last word champion in tennis, she mentioned, “Now, young children believe they can become big players in tennis. They need hard work, support and dedication. Destiny plays a role but nothing will happen without hard work and talent.”