Bhopal: Unnecessary controversies have always affected Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza's performance at the top level. Now there's another one. Telangana Bharatiya Janata party leader K Laxman flayed the state government's decision to appoint Sania as brand ambassador of the newly carved-out state, terming her as "daughter-in-law" of Pakistan and questioning her credentials for the honour.
When she was married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, it was again the subject of controversy in India. Many argued that she should not be allowed to play for India again as she had became a Pakistani.
Even after such controversies she didn't ever looked back and continue to play for India. She has been a pride for India and always will be.