Tennis star Sania Mirza has praised the efforts of Team India skipper in the recent past and now the Hyderabad-based athlete terms the batting star ‘champ’.

One of the Twitter users Neelofer Khan takes a dig at Sania while saying ‘that’s three words’.

Pertinently, the run-machine Kohli has managed to amass 615 runs in the recently concluded three-match Test series against Sri Lanka which included two double-hundred in Nagpur and which was followed by at his home ground at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi.

Moreover, Kohli registered 2818 runs across formats in 2017 which shows how he has enjoyed his game.

In a Q&A session with the hashtag of ‘Sana answers’ over the micro-blogging website Twitter the ace tennis player, Sana was asked to describe the 29-year-old Kohli in one word.

The Twitter user who goes by the name of a ‘Boss’ on Twitter asked Sana: ‘One word for Kohli’.

Having the massive fan following on a social media platform, the athlete spent quality time while responding to her fans.

“What a champ @imVkohli #Sananswers,” Sania said in a post after Twitterati chipped in with questions.

Following the intriguing Q&A session, the 31-year-old Sania spent quality time to respond to the queries of her fans after she was asked about how you rate Kohli in the contemporary cricket.

Active on the social media, Sania further revealed her favourite cricketer in legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

Interestingly, many were expecting to hear Sania revealing the name either of Mahendra Singh Dhoni or batting hero Virat Kohli, but she stuck to the one who has inspired many including Kohli and the former Indian skipper from Ranchi.

Owing to the wit and the humour Sania also encountered cheeky questions which further saw her picking ace Roger Federer as her favour tennis player.

Concurrently, Kohli is in Italy with his fiancée and Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma.

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Here’s the list of response from Sania Mirza which has engrossed the users of the Twitter platform: