Must Read! 7 Sports Autobiographies That Every Athlete Should Read!

Have you always aspired to be like that sportsperson you admire? Or have you always wanted to know the history of sports stars? Many sports personalities have made this dream of ours come true and have made their stories and lives public in their autobiographies!

So, let us take a look at 7 of the best Indian sports autobiographies.
  1. Playing it my waySachin Tendulkar The list obviously has to begin with the autobiography of the ‘God of cricket’. ‘Playing it my way” is the journey of Sachin and how he changed the face of cricket for good!
    Playing it my way Source - livemint.com
  2. The Race Of My LifeMilkha Singh The autobiography follows Milkha’s life from the Indo-Pak partition to his participation in the Olympics. Worth the read!
    The Race Of My Life Source - manjulikapramod.com
  3. The Test Of My LifeYuvraj Singh From cricket to cancer and back! This is the story of Yuvi and how he is an inspiration to all!
    The Test Of My Life Source - IBN Live
  4. UnbreakableM.C. Mary Kom The autobiography follows the life of Mary from birth into a family of landless laborers to being the best female boxer in the world!
    Unbreakable Source - womensweb.in
  5. Playing to WinSaina Nehwal The book provides an insight to the 25 year old’s life and her persistence and self-belief! She currently ranks fifth in the Badminton World Federation.
    Playing to Win Source - livemint.com
  6. A Shot At HistoryAbhinav Bindra ‘A Shot at History’ is the autobiography of the Indian Olympic Gold Medalist, Abhinav Bindra. His story documents his search for perfection and how he became the first Indian to win an individual Olympic gold!
    A Shot At History Source - Amazon
  7. Sunny DaysSunil Gavaskar This autobiography tells the tale of a man who became a legend in his own lifetime!
    Sunny Days Source - Amazon
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