Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has said that her baby will carry the surname Mirza Malik when she and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik choose to begin a family.
Talking at the Gender Bias board at the ‘Goa Fest 2018’, the tennis superstar discussed her own understanding about sexual orientation predisposition and how her better half needs a “little girl”, she said to the Indian media.
“Today I will reveal to you a story. My husband and I have talked about it and we have chosen that at whatever point we have a baby, the tyke will have Mirza Malik as a surname and not simply Malik. With the goal that we remain as a family including my significant other. He really needs a girl”, she said.
She likewise discussed her family when her relatives at times talked to her parents about having a boy so he can convey the family name.
“We are two sisters and have never ever longed for a brother. I have had battles with my uncles and aunties who discuss it or come up and tell my parents that they ought to have had a son. For us, girls are little girls and there is no way like needing a boy to carry the family name forward” she said.
“I have not changed my surname (post marriage) and my name is still Sania Mirza and it will remain that way. The family name will go ahead,” she included.
The 31-year-old who belongs from Hyderabad wedded Shoaib Malik in 2010 said that compensation uniqueness amongst men and ladies players exists in sports and an exit from it is to change the mentality of people towards female players.