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#fastsports Shoaib Malik Lauds Wife Sania Mirza's Magnificent Tennis Career Former Pakistan cricket captain Shoaib Malik, who is currently playing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), recently commended his wife Sania Mirza's outstanding career in tennis. During a practice session, Malik spoke to the media and expressed his admiration for Mirza's accomplishments. Malik, responding to a question about Mirza's retirement after her final match on Tuesday, stated that he was proud of her achievements so far and that she deserved all the accolades she has received. Karachi Kings' Performance and Malik's Targets While discussing the Karachi Kings' performance in the league, Malik stated that the team had missed out on two matches that they should have won. He acknowledged that the defeats had made him uneasy, but their first win in the tournament against Lahore Qalandars had boosted the team's confidence. Malik also discussed his targets, stating that he aims to score at least 15,000 T20 runs before retiring. He added that he plans to keep playing until he achieves this goal. "I'm currently enjoying cricket, and I'll retire when playing starts feeling like a burden to me," the 41-year-old cricketer said. Malik and Mirza's Relationship Malik and Mirza, who are considered a power couple, have been the subject of divorce rumours for several months. However, neither of them has provided a clear statement on the matter, leaving their fans to speculate. Conclusion In conclusion, Shoaib Malik's admiration for his wife Sania Mirza's tennis career demonstrates his unwavering support for her. Malik also expressed his goals for the future, both personally and for his team, the Karachi Kings. Despite the rumours surrounding their relationship, both Malik and Mirza have remained silent, leaving their fans curious about their future. Erin Holland's viral TikTok video praises Multan in Urdu, with her catchy phrase "Multan! Meko baou Sona lagda AY!", taking the PSL 8 by storm. James Anderson has overhauled Australia's captain Pat Cummins to become the No.1 Test bowler in the ICC rankings, off the back of his role in England's 267-run win against New Zealand in Mount Maunganui last week.