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I was marrying a person, not a Pakistani: Sania Mirza

In her first interview post marriage, Sania Mirza talked at length about her current state of mind. "Everyone had an opinion, but the most important thing is that now we are relieved as we are married," said the newly-wed. See Special |In Pics: Wedding Album

india Updated: Apr 19, 2010 13:35 IST
Sonakshi Babbar

sania mirzaIn her first interview with CNN post marriage Sania Mirza said "I was marrying a person, not a Pakistani, people try to make it political but we were very clear that we were two individuals who were getting married just like normal people."

Sania and Shoaib are the first major Indo -Pak celeb couple to tie the knot setting in motion a hue and cry from both the countries. "Everyone had an opinion, everyone wanted to have a say, but the most important thing is that now we are relieved as we are married." she said.

The newly- weds are planning to live in Dubai, away from the subcontinent in a probable attempt to be away from media scrutiny.

Sania might have tied the knot but tennis continues to be her focus. "My immediate goal is to play in Commonwealth games in India. I have played in Asian games before but this time it's in India so it'll be more special for me, I am more excited about it, I'm also going to play in Wimbledon, " she added.

When asked about the change in her life post-marriage, the tennis star says that she's clear about the fact that marriage is not going to change anything for her. "I never thought I would get married so soon." she added.

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