Mumbai, August 17: Indian tennis stalwart Sania Mirza, got nostalgic about the Asian games, which are beginning from Saturday and posted a picture of all the medals won by her in the Asian Games, on her Instagram page. Mirza, wrote a heart-touching post and wished the Indian contingent all the best for the 2018 Asian Games, with the message saying "Bring it home guys!!"
The tennis star, who has won eight medals at the Asian Games, said in her post that she is feeling nostalgic and is sad about the fact that she won't be participating in the games this year. But she also added that as soon as she saw her pictures with the 8 medals won by her at Asian Games, her sadness went away instantly.
Referring to her pregnancy, Mirza said that she is preparing for the biggest match of her life and wished all the best to the athletes for the games. See the heart-felt post by the tennis star in the picture below:
It was 2002 when I was selected to play for the Asian Games for the very first time.. it will be the first time since then that I will not be competing at an Asian Games representing my country! With the Games starting tomm I have to say I am a little sad and feeling nostalgic but I saw these pictures of all the 8 medals I’ve been fortunate to win and the sadness went away instantly 😀as I am at home for probably the biggest ‘MATCH’ of my life and unable to be there with you guys, here’s wishing all the athletes and specially the tennis team all the very best for the games from tomm!! Bring it home guys!! 💪🏽
Indian tennis ace, Sania Mirza, recently gave it back in style to a troll, who wished Mirza, "Happy Independence day" on Tuesday on the occasion of Pakistan's 72nd Independence Day. Mirza, called the troll "very confused".
"Here’s wishing all the athletes and specially the tennis team all the very best for the games from tomm!! Bring it home guys!!," said Mirza in her Instagram post. The 2018 Asian Games, officially known as the 18th Asian Games, is a pan-Asian multi-sport event scheduled to be held from August 18 to September 2, 2018 in the Indonesian cities of Jakarta and Palembang.