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LOVE TWEETS.

'Poor Sohrab Mirza and his snazzy Armani suit'

THEY ARE calling it Asia's first sporting couple, but the Sania Mirza- Shoaib Malik love story is far, far bigger than that. With her quirky tees, her range of link-ups from Shahid Kapoor to Yuvraj Singh and that no-holdsbarred laugh, she is a poster girl for things other than just tennis. As the match continues to hog the headlines, the self-appointed fashion blogs and tweets are also having a field day. From her "fake accent" to his limited Eng-

lish skills, her wardrobe ("will she hve to leave her sarees behind in India?"), everything's under the scanner. Here are some of the tweets going round on the blogosphere: aziztalha: "IPL rejected 11 pakistan cricketers .. Sania Mirza rejected millions of indian men." kanni522: RT @hiphopsaurabh: "Now Showing: Sleeping with the enemy. Starring Sania Mirza" Brocagrande: "Great Guts Sania Mirza. She has no time for Indo-Pak issues.All worries on how her hairdo suits her...Kudos!" khamba's blog retweeted on twitter: "Of all the people you had to leave poor ol Mohammad Sohrab Mirza and his snazzy engagement Armani suit for -- you had to go with Shoaib Malik? What is it about losers that they always end up with others of their kind? Has Fatima Bhutto ever wanted to get married to Lakshmipathy Balaji?" thecogentblog: "Can someone explain to me how the heck are Sania Mirza & M.F.Hussain's personal decisions, national issues?" peethablogs: "...Well her earlier engagement costume sucked and am aint interested in knowing any more her labels and lads."

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