Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik has never shied away from declaring his love for his wife Sania Mirza and this time, he took the level up by posting a heartwarming message for her.
The 36-year old allrounder is off to UAE to represent his nation Pakistan in the Asia Cup. The Tennis sensation is clearly missing her husband and here's what she had to say.
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Sania took to Twitter and said, “There are a 'couple' of us missing you here! Need a time machine @realshoaibmalik..real quick...! #fbf #nostalgia #beautifulface come back soon and maybe without the stubble... "
There are a 'couple' of us missing you here! Need a time machine @realshoaibmalik..real quick...!#fbf #nostalgia #beautifulface— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) September 14, 2018
come back soon and maybe without the stubble...😜 pic.twitter.com/Ds8z9qWG4R
The cricketer couldn't resist himself and to fulfill his wife's wish, he posted a video for her.
He posted, “Begum jo bole woh right! This look is for you @MirzaSania and a surprise at the end for the little one. #summerlook #breakthebeard #asiacup. "
Shoaib immediately got a reply from Sania.
Her tweet reads, 'Awww. Well ‘we’ can't wait for you to come back home This has surely turned the clock back for you hubby. @realshoaibmalik #timemachine #breakthebeard #lovethenewlook #beautifulface indeed.'
Awww. Well ‘we’ can't wait for you to come back home ❤️ This has surely turned the clock back for you hubby. @realshoaibmalik #timemachine #breakthebeard #lovethenewlook #beautifulface indeed. 😘 pic.twitter.com/ThQTaZ4tJl— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) September 15, 2018
Sania, a tennis phenomenon in India is married to Pakistan all-rounder and are expecting a child at the end of December.
Earlier senior Pakistan player met former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, it was during practice when Malik walked towards the Indian camp and had a chat with Dhoni.
India will face Pakistan on September 19 in the group stage clash and are expected to meet in the super four as well. (Asia Cup 2018 Full Schedule: Fixtures, Schedules, Venues, Timings and Squads of Upcoming Matches)
Before leaving for the Asia Cup Shoaib Malik said that India and Pakistan should play more matches as it would help in improving the ties between the two nations. The 36-year-old further stated that players from both the countries share cordial relations with each other and are very professional on the field.