Sania Mirza has been one of the most followed celebrities ever since she claimed the junior Wimbledon doubles title in 2003. Earlier this year, she received the Padma Bhushan award from the Centre for her achievements of being ranked No.1 in the women’s doubles with Martina Hingis and winning a string of Grand Slams in recent months. She was also named on the prestigious Time magazine’s 100 most influential list. Sania’s journey to No. 1 has been tough. She has seen it all. Now she is revealing it in her autobiography which will be released next month. Sania has been outspoken about various issues and is unafraid to flaunt her no-holds-barred attitude.
Why did she decide to write a book? “The book will be from my point of view and obviously about things that have not been said. Even though there’s been a lot said and written about me on my behalf, it’s never really been said by me. I owe it to myself and my family and to everybody,” she said.