People Have Started Betting On Sania And Shoaib’s Baby And It’s Actually Pretty Funny

By Biya Haq | 24 Apr, 2018

So if you haven’t heard about it yet,

Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik, have officially announced their pregnancy.

Source: MangoBaaz

Spoiler alert, they did. ^

The couple took to Twitter to announce their new bundle of joy in the cutest little way.

Well, if we’re being honest, not so much the CUTEST way, it was a little weird. Almost something we could make on Microsoft Paint, but challo! mA mA mA.

The hashtag #BabyMirzaMalik took off and the world erupted in happy chatter. Lmao, and that happy chatter suddenly turned into one specific thing.

People all over Twitter started betting on the athletic future of the unborn baby, and it was actually pretty hilarious.


Challo jee.

Hahaha, awww, happy medium!

Lmao, waisay, not a bad idea.


OooOooH, now this is probable.

Inventor of a new sport? Sold.

This has worked for most of us waisay bheeeee ~

LMAO, bye.

Bilal has said it best.

Well, there ya have it, folks. Though we may not have a specific sport written out, at least we know that this baby will have a life full of love and support from basically every cricket and tennis fan out there.

Have any other suggestions for the baby’s future? Lmao, any other guesses? Name ideas? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.

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Cover photo source: The Express Tribune

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