Sania Mirza shared a video with her son Izhaan on Instagram, where they playfully tease her brother-in-law Mohammad Asaduddin.
Sports stars like Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli joined the nation in mourning Sushant Singh Rajput.
Sania Mirza gave advice to her fans on how to celebrate Eid during these trying times.
Sania Mirza took to Instagram to share a picture of her all dressed up with fans coming in their numbers to show their love.
Sania Mirza won the award for Asia/Oceania zone after securing a whopping 10,000 plus votes out of the total 16,985 cast for this year's three regional Group I nominees.
Sania Mirza, much like other sportspersons across the country, is spending time at home amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Sania Mirza was only half-joking when she had made this comment while applauding Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc.
Sportspersons from various fields condoled the deaths following the gas leak from a chemical plant in Visakhapatnam.
Sania Mirza has lauded Indian women for being one of the biggest sporting personalities outside of cricket in the country.
Sania Mirza had recently made her comeback to the Fed Cup after a four-year gap.
Hasan Ali married Samiya Arzoo, of Indian origin, in Dubai last year.
With all sporting action on hold, Sania Mirza's return to competitive tennis was rudely interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sania Mirza shared a couple of pictures with her husband and wished him a "Happy Anniversary" but what followed thereafter left her followers in splits.
Sania Mirza had returned to competitive tennis shortly before the coronavirus pandemic closed down world sports.
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has raised Rs 1.25 crore to help people as India continues its fight against coronavirus pandemic.
India progressed to the Fed Cup play-offs for the first time ever thanks to a 2-1 win over Indonesia.
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her partner Caroline Garcia registered a hard-fought win over Russia's Alla Kudryavtseva and Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik at the Dubai Open.
Sania Mirza was forced to retire from her women's doubles first round match due to a calf strain at the Australian Open.