Sania Mirza is known to not hold back when it comes to voicing her opinion, and in a recent incident, the Indian tennis ace was seen giving some 'words of advice' to a troll who has been giving her pregnancy advice off lately.
The Indian tennis superstar is married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, and the couple are expecting the first child in October. The arrival of her newborn has forced Sania to be sidelined from the sport. Though, there have been several users on social media, especially men who have tried to shame her during her pregnancy.
In what comes as no surprise, Sania Mirza was clearly miffed by the personal attacks launched at her. The former World Number One doubles player took to Twitter to teach these men a lesson, who have been giving her free advice recently.
"Word of advice for ppl (specially since the majority seem to be men) who think being pregnant means you have to go into hibernation for 9 months,sit at home and for some reason be ‘ashamed in this haalat’," she wrote on Twitter.
"So when women are pregnant they don’t have a disease or become untouchable- Or become a corpse!!! They are still ‘NORMAL’ human beings and are still allowed to live a normal life!! so pls take your heads out of your a** and think where exactly you came from too..your mother’s womb!! #ittakesallkindstomakethisworld #dumidiots too," Sania added.
However, this isn't the first time Sania Mirza has lashed out at the trolls. A couple of weeks ago, a journalist had tried to troll her husband Shoaib Malik, after Pakistan had crashed out of the 2018 Asia Cup after losing to Bangladesh in the Super Fours fixture.
The journalist had tried to pin the blame on Sania Mirza for Pakistan's exit from the 2018 Asia Cup. However, Sania Mirza was quick to respond to the journalist by saying: "Arre bechaara.. clearly the poor guy has been watching a different Asia Cup."
Sania Mirza is one of the highly successful tennis players India had witnessed. The tennis ace has won six Grand Slam titles and has won six gold medals across different multi-sport events including the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. Sania was hit by a knee-injury scare in 2017, though, she still has set her sights on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.