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India’s legendary tennis star Sania Mirza has dominated the internet. He shared a video of him dancing in the Olympic kit on social media on Wednesday. This video was viewed by 6 lakh people within 6 hours and also got more than 80 thousand likes. Sania has won 6 Grand Slams in her career so far. Now she will be seen representing India in Tokyo Olympics.
Sania was seen dancing to the song of American rapper
In the video, Sania danced to the American rapper Doja Cat’s Kiss Me More song. In its caption, he wrote – The word A in my name has a lot of importance in my life. Through the video, Sania also explained the meaning of A. He wrote A means- Aggression (aggressive), Ambition (ambitious), Achieve (victory) and Affection (affection).
Ananya Birla reacted to the video
This video went viral on social media. Commenting on the video, Ananya Birla, daughter of Kumar Mangalam Birla, wrote – I liked the dance moves. Congratulations. Along with this, many fans also reacted to the video. Also wished him all the best for the Tokyo Olympics. Fans said that A also means adorable.
Sania Mirza stresses on hard work
Sania also spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. He said that the children who want to make a career in tennis, I want to tell them that you have to work hard. It is not possible to progress in any sport without hard work. Now many facilities are available. This is my fourth Olympics. Ever since the Commonwealth Games took place in India, people’s expectations from us have increased. I had a good rapport with Ankita Raina.
Sania has won a total of 6 Grand Slams so far
In women’s doubles, Sania won the Australian Open in 2016, Wimbledon in 2015 and the US Open. At the same time, in mixed doubles, she has won the Australian Open in 2009, the French Open in 2012 and the US Open in 2014.
In 2016, Sania won the Australian Open title in women’s doubles with Martina Hingis.
India’s largest contingent is going to Olympics
This time India’s largest contingent is going to participate in Tokyo Olympics. The Indian squad will have 228 members. This includes 119 athletes. Of this, 67 will be male and 52 female athletes. Indian athletes will present their claim for 85 medals this time.