Sports teaches you equality, respect and humanity: Sania Mirza

first_imgIndian tennis star Sania Mirza spoke about the importance of sports in a person’s life ahead of National Sports Day on Wednesday.Sania, who was earlier attacked on social media for wishing Pakistan on their independence day, retweeted a photo of Neeraj Chopra and Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem shaking hands during the medal ceremony of the 2018 Asian Games men’s javelin throw on Monday.Neeraj and Nadeem finished first and third respectively in men’s javelin throw at the ongoing Asiads in Jakarta and Palembang.”Why I always say SPORT is the best ‘education’ you can provide your child with! Teaches you sportsmanship, equality, respect and most importantly humanity! If only some people can learn this from our champion athletes too!! Well done to @Neeraj_chopra1 on the gold for India,” Saina tweeted.Why I always say SPORT is the best educationyou can provide your child with! Teaches you sportsmanship,equality ,respect and most importantly humanity! If only some people can learn this from our champion athletes too!! Well done to @Neeraj_chopra1 on the for https://t.co/YhyaRfbI9uSania Mirza (@MirzaSania) August 28, 2018Neeraj, who won gold in the Asian Games, was also seen embracing both the medal winners alongside him on the podium before going onto celebrate his historic gold medal, that he earned with a national record throw of 88.06Also read – Sania Mirza shuts down troll who wished her on Pakistan’s Independence DaySaina’s tweet could well be considered a reply to people, who tried to troll her on social media for wishing Pakistan on August 14 and being married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik two weeks back.advertisementHowever on the day as well, Sania didn’t take any of it and replied back to some of them, who tried to make fun of her on the micro-blogging site.One of Sania’s followers called Romeo Gold 2.0 on Tuesday tweeted to the ace tennis player, “Happy Independence Day @MirzaSania..aapka independence day aaj hi hai na (Your Independence Day must be today).”To which, Saina quickly replied: “Jee nahi…mera aur mere country ka Independence Day kal hai, aur mere husband aur unnki country ka aaj!! (No. My country and my Independence Day is tomorrow while my husband and his country’s is today.) Hope your confusion is cleared!! Waise aapka kab hai?? (When is yours?) Since you seem very confused..”Jee nahi.. mera aur mere country ka Independence Day kal hai, aur mere husband aur unnki country ka aaj!! Hope your confusion is cleared !!Waise aapka kab hai?? Since you seem very confused .. https://t.co/JAmyorH0dVSania Mirza (@MirzaSania) August 14, 2018Sania’s reply forced Romeo Gold 2.0 to delete his tweet. But, that was not the end of it. Other people also tweeted the same to her and she responded again to silence the people, who tried to make fun of her.Despite the trolls, Sania also took to Twitter to wish her Pakistani fans on the eve of the country’s Independence Day, writing: “Happy Independence Day to my Pakistani fans and friends !! best wishes and love from your Indian Bhabi,”Her post was soon flooded with hate messages and they tried to humiliate her for marrying a Pakistani.”We dont need your well wishes, you got married to a pakistani guy, you should be living in pakistan, what kind of marriage is this? Stay there for rest of your life, look at waseem akram wife who is a gori but she lives in pak with her hubby, thats y she got more respect from us,” a Twitter user replied to the post put up by Sania.And, she again responded to that by saying that she didn’t ask for anybody’s opinion on her life and they should just calm down.”Awee.. calm down!! Don’t take the wishes ‘if you don’t need them’ also remember when I asked for your opinion on my life??? Yuppp- me neither !!!! peace out,” she replied.Awee.. calm down!! Dont take the wishes if you dont need them also remember when I asked for your opinion on my life ??? Yuppp- me neither !!!! peace out https://t.co/K34trJBihxSania Mirza (@MirzaSania) August 14, 2018last_img

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