Before the start of WPL 2023, Sania Mirza had a special conversation with RCB players, know what she learned as a mentor

The team of Royal Challengers Bangalore will start the tournament on March 5 against Delhi Capitals. Tennis star Sania Mirza has been roped in by Royal Challengers Bangalore as a mentor for the tournament. A day before the team’s opening match, Sania had a special meeting with the team members, in which she took a class of the players.
Significantly, Sania Mirza has recently said goodbye to the world of tennis after making many big records in her name, after which she has entered the world of cricket. After taking entry in the world of cricket, his second innings has started. She has joined the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore, from which she wants to do special work. Recently, before the first match of the players of Royal Challengers Bangalore team, Sania encouraged them by talking to the players of the team.
In this regard, the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore has shared a video in which he said that I had recently retired from tennis. Now my aim in life is to work for women’s sports. Motivate women. If anyone wants to talk about something, I am here. I can give the number, we can chat if I am not here. I am here as a friend.
The player asked the question in the video
Meanwhile, New Zealand team player and RCB member Sophie Devine questioned Sania. He asked Sania how difficult it was to take such an important and important decision like retirement. Responding to this, Sania said that I was ready for this. I have a son and the past one year has been very tough and difficult for me. I had to go through three surgeries. After interacting with the team, she also attended the team’s practice session.

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