According to Harpin Collins publishers, Ace tennis star Sania Mirza has documented her journey to become the World No. 1 in the women’s doubles rankings in an autobiography set for release this July named, ‘Ace Against Odds,’ the book has been written by Sania Mirza with her father Imran Mirza.
The 29-year-old sportswoman, who shot to fame at the age of 16 after winning the Wimbledon’s Championships Girls’ Doubles title, was ranked as India’s No. 1 player by the Women’s Tennis Association, both in singles and doubles circuits. Adding something more to her words, she said that “I hope the book is a useful roadmap to guide the next generation of tennis players from India. If my story can inspire even one youngster to the heights of winning a Grand Slam in the future, I will feel blessed,”
The book also contains some memorable encounters of the player on and off the court and the people and relationships that have contributed to her growth as a person and a sportsperson. The tennis star who is married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik is among the highest paid and high profile athletes in the country.