New Delhi, May 4 (CNMSPORTS) - After a career-pausing break and motherhood, will Sania Mirza bounce back to the tennis court for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? It's a long way off, feels the former doubles World No.1 who says resuming her game is a priority as soon as the pregnancy is done. She wants to set an example that people shouldn't give up dreams just because they're pregnant.Sania and her cricketer husband Shoaib Malik, who got married in 2010, announced her pregnancy last month"It was just about time... I was down with my knee injury anyway and we had been thinking about it for a while... We thought it was a good time to start a family and experience this new phase of our lives," Sania told IANS over phone from Hyderabad.The tennis ace is suffering from a condition called jumper's knee, which has kept her off the game for over six months. She even missed the Australian Open earlier this year.Is the knee any better?"It definitely is. I haven't played since mid-October, so it has been a solid six months and more. Rest was something everyone was recommending... So,I won't say it's perfect, but it's better," said the sportswoman, who finds it difficult to rest.