Indian government issues visa for Sania Mirza’s two-year-old son, thanks to Indian tennis star

The United Kingdom has issued a two-year-old son of Indian star tennis player Sania Mirza. Sania will soon travel to England for the Grass Court for Tewi. The six-time Grand Slam champion is set to begin his grass court season at the WTA 250 Nottingham Open from June 6. However, due to the delay in obtaining a visa, they will no longer be able to participate in the tournament. Sania has to stay in Carrentine for 10 days after arriving in England.

Sania will take part in the Birmingham Open from June 14. He will then attend the Eastbourne Open from June 20 and Wimbledon from June 28. Sania will benefit from these tournaments in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics. Sania thanked Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju of India’s Foreign Ministry for tweeting after her son received a visa.

Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju also wished Sania Mirza.

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