Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik Going to Be 'Officially Divorced', Confirms Close Friend
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik are going to be officially divorced confirmed couple’s close friend.
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik are going to be officially divorced confirmed couple’s close friend. Amidst rising rumours about the couple’s strained relationship, one of their close friends revealed that Sania and Shoaib have already decided to part ways and only the paperwork formalities are left.
Another confirmation on their divorce has been given by a team member of Shoaib Malik’s management department. According to the reports by InsideSport, the member said, “Yes, they are officially divorced now. I can’t disclose more than that but can confirm that they have separated.”
Sania and Shoaib got married in April 2010 in a starry wedding and during that time, their wedding created a huge controversy due to their marriage linking the two notions (India and Pakistan). The couple now have a four-year-old son Izhann and both Sania and Shoaib were last seen together, celebrating their son’s birthday. Shoaib had shared the birthday pictures.
However, the caption of the images shared by the cricketer was a bit strange, as he wrote, “When you were born, we became humbler and life meant something special to us. We may be not together and meeting everyday but Baba is always thinking about you and your smile every single second.”
The actual reason behind the divorce has not been known yet and also the couple has not made any official statement yet as to why they landed on separating way after 12 years. However, a few media reports from Pakistan suggest that Shoaib Malik allegedly cheated on Sania and that the couple have separated themselves already and have been living separated.
The speculations of their divorce are only based on their social media posts as official statement is awaited from both of them.
Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik tied the knot on April 12, 2010, in a traditional Hyderabadi Muslim wedding ceremony at the Taj Krishna Hotel in Hyderabad, India. This was followed by Pakistani wedding customs for a mahr and their Walima ceremony was held in Sialkot, Pakistan.