India's tennis star Sania Mirza has penned an autobiography which will see the light of day this July.
Sania took to Twitter to reveal the news about the book that will document her extraordinary journey to the top of the women's doubles rankings.
Titled, 'Ace Against Odds,' the book has been penned by Sania along with her father Imran Mirza.
29-year-old Mirza, who announced her retirement from the singles circuit in 2012 has had an amazing last couple of years on the doubles' circuit with Swiss partner Martina Hingis. The Indo-Swiss fondly called 'SanTina' have won three Grand slams together - 2015 Wimbledon, 2015 US Open and the 2016 Australian Open. The duo has also won 41 consecutive wins and gone on to become the World No. 1 in the women's doubles rankings.
Sania recently had the honour of being named by Time magazine in its list of the '100 Most Influential People in the World'. She was also recently awarded India's third highest civilian honour – the Padma Bhushan.
The tennis ace is married to Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik and fans must be hoping to read not about her professional life on the circuit, but also about her personal life.