During quarantine and being in lockdown at home people are not left with many options for spending time and they come up with a few entertaining posts on social media.
The latest is tennis star Sania Mirza who came up with a funny caption for her Instagram post and left her fans and followers laughing.
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Sania Mirza took to Instagram to share a picture of her all dressed up which seems to be a throwback photo and captioned it, “Phew .. finally all ready to go out to my drawing room”.
Much like other sportspersons across the world, Sania Mirza is also spending time at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In her latest Instagram story, she shared a photo with her son showing them praying for things to get back to normal again.
The celebrity couple resides in Dubai, however, the current situation has left them living apart.
Earlier in an interview, Sania Mirza said that there was so much uncertainty surrounding coronavirus that she didn’t know when her son will be able to see his father again.
Sania is currently in Hyderabad, India with her son Izhaan Mirza-Malik and her parents, she got home just before the lockdown was imposed in India.
While Shoaib Malik was competing in the Pakistan Super League when Pakistan went under a similar lockdown and got stuck there.
“So he (Shoaib) got stuck in Pakistan, I got stuck here. That was very difficult to deal with because we have a small child. We don’t know when Izhaan will be able to see his father again. It’s as basic as that,” Sania said to The Indian Express on Facebook Live.
“We are both pretty positive and practical people. He has a mother who is over 65 and by herself, so he needs to be there. So in the end, it worked out best that he was there with her. We hope we are healthy and come out of this on the right side of it. We have left it to fate”.
“(But) I am really looking forward to being back as a family again and being at the same place. It’s really not been easy staying away from my husband and for Izhaan to stay away from his father. No amount of virtual video calls can do justice to actually meeting in person. I also look forward to a normal world where hugging and shaking hands become normal again, where we don’t think that we might die if we hug someone we love or kill them, you know”, Sania further added.
“I don’t have anxiety problems but a couple of nights ago, I was having anxiety out of nothing. I was lying in bed and thinking of things because there’s so much uncertainty.
Having a toddler in the house, you don’t know how to protect yourself, how to protect your child, you have parents who are older. So, you are not really thinking about work or tennis,” she added.