Delhi: Sania Mirza, the Indian sensation, the women tennis star is all set to pen her autobiography which is scheduled to release in the month of July this year. Sania’s autobiography book has been named as ‘Ace against Odds’.
You will Sania Mirza documenting her journey to become the No. 1 women’s doubles tennis star in the world in this autobiography, according to the publishers Harper Collins.
‘Ace against Odds’ is penned by Sania with her father – Imran Mirza. Sania’s autobiography is going to be inspirational and has created a buzz around her fans. The Publisher & Chief Editor of Harper Collins, Karthika VK says, “We are highly privileged to works with Sania on this book.” Sania, the 29-year old woman, who rose to fame when she was just 16 by winning the Wimbledon Championships Girls’ Doubles Title. She was ranked the no.1 women tennis player in India both in doubles and singles circuits by Women’s Tennis Association.
“I hope that the book will be a useful roadmap to guide next gen of tennis players from India. I will feel blessed if my story is able to inspire even one youngster so that he/she can make it big and win a Grand Slam in future,” says Sania. This autobiography accounts her rise to the fame and is totally peppered with anecdotes in which she talks about the hardships and difficulties she has faced mixing it with joys and happiness of her life.
Mirza announced her retirement from tennis singles in the year 2012 and said that August 2015 to March 2016 was a great phase of her life during which she recorded 41 consecutive wins with her doubles partner Martina Hingis.
This book will also cover her memorable encounters with different players on and off the tennis court and also with the people, who have contributed to her growth as a person she is today. Sania is married to Shoaib Malik, a Pakistani cricketer, who is also the high profile & highest paid athlete in the country.