Sania Mirza has officially revealed her divorce from Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, who recently made headlines by entering into his third marriage with Pakistani actor Sana Javed. The news was confirmed through a statement released by the Mirza family, urging fans and well-wishers to respect Sania’s privacy during this sensitive period of her life.

The statement emphasized Sania’s long-standing practice of keeping her personal life away from the public eye, noting that the decision to share the news of the divorce has arisen due to the prevailing circumstances.

Sania expressed her good wishes for Shoaib’s new journey ahead, and the family has urged against engaging in speculation regarding the matter.

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The family statement read, “Sania has always kept her personal life away from the public eye. However, today the need has arisen for her to share that Shoaib and she have been divorced for a few months now. She wishes Shoaib well for his new journey ahead! At this sensitive period of her life, we would like to request all fans and well-wishers to refrain from indulging in any speculation and to respect her need for privacy. The Mirza Family & Team Sania.”
Meanwhile, Shoaib Malik’s third marriage to Sana Javed has stirred a wave of curiosity, especially in light of the recent divorce announcement.
Shoaib Malik, previously married to Ayesha Siddiqui, has entered a new phase in his personal life. The announcement has elicited a mix of support and curiosity from fans, with many expressing solidarity with Sania Mirza.

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