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Malik promises to bring Sania Mirza to Sri Lanka in next LPL

Pakistani all-rounder Shoaib Malik is hoping to bring his Indian wife Sania Mirza to Sri Lanka next year when he arrives to play the 2nd year of Lanka Premier League (LPL).

Pakistani all-rounder Shoaib Malik is hoping to bring his Indian wife Sania Mirza to Sri Lanka next year when he arrives to play the 2nd year of Lanka Premier League (LPL).  Sania and son Izhaan Mirza Malik recently went to Pakistan to support Shoaib in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).  "Yes, they did come to Pakistan. The reason being I had not met my son for about seven months. Sania came there and met my mother and family also> We then went to Dubai, where we stayed for a few weeks,” Malik in a chat with this reporter at the virtual media conference organized by the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board revealed.  Shoaib and Sania had spent some time with former India captain MS Dhoni and his wife Sakshi in Dubai. Malik also revealed the reason for not bringing the family to Sri Lanka.  "My (two year) son may find it difficult to take so many flights but yes, they will come here next year. Sri Lanka is at my heart. I enjoy the hospitality of this country. I have so many cricketing friends in this country. I love the people here. Enjoy the food.”  Jaffna Stallions' 38-year-old Malik did not wait for the umpire's decision for his run out dismissal against Kandy Tusker's on Tuesday.  "It was a very obvious dismissal and any other batsman at this position also would not have waited for the umpire's call,” Malik added.

Sania and son Izhaan Mirza Malik recently went to Pakistan to support Shoaib in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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“Yes, they did come to Pakistan. The reason being I had not met my son for about seven months. Sania came there and met my mother and family also> We then went to Dubai, where we stayed for a few weeks,” Malik in a chat with this reporter at the virtual media conference organized by the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board revealed.

Shoaib and Sania had spent some time with former India captain MS Dhoni and his wife Sakshi in Dubai.

Malik also revealed the reason for not bringing the family to Sri Lanka.

“My (two year) son may find it difficult to take so many flights but yes, they will come here next year. Sri Lanka is at my heart. I enjoy the hospitality of this country. I have so many cricketing friends in this country. I love the people here. Enjoy the food.”

Jaffna Stallions’ 38-year-old Malik did not wait for the umpire’s decision for his run out dismissal against Kandy Tusker’s on Tuesday.

“It was a very obvious dismissal and any other batsman at this position also would not have waited for the umpire’s call,” Malik added.

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