Sania Mirza, an American tennis player, talks about an athlete’s difficult existence and wants the public to be aware of it.
Sania made a long letter on Instagram in which she spoke about the pressure, expectations, cardiac disorder, victory and suffering of an athlete.
The heartfelt statement was published by Sania, who is also the wife of the former Pakistani capitaine Shoaib Malik, when she lost the US Open.
After losing her partner Rajeev Ram and herself in the opening round at the Flushing Meadows, on Friday, her journey to the 2021 American Open stopped.
With Max Purcell from Australia and Dayana Yastremska in Ukraine, the Indo-American duo lost by 6-3, 3-6, 10-7.
“The life of an athlete is filled with tragedy and triumph day by day, week by week… with tears and laughter… with agony and toil…with injuries and strength to get out of them,” she wrote.
She said you have the pressure to perform your best each time you take the court.
The Indian tennis player underlined one’s doubts and rage that doesn’t win. “We get up and work harder after a painful loss, we wip the tears and we sweat more than that.
. The family and the staff do with you everything that the emotion and the joy, the tears, the agony, the sweat and the blood are genuine and that is the everyday experience,’ she added. She also noted that the decision and luxury of playing at the greatest level. The only thing the athletes are able to do is to believe.
She stated the main thing is to get up every day and give it everything.
She closed by saying that she “would always be grateful for” a special mention of her fans, family, and friends.