Pareeniti releases Sania Mirza's book- Ace Against Odds

New Delhi : Ace tennis star and world number one in women's doubles Sania Mirza, who achieved fame just at the age of 16, has authored a book titled 'Ace against Odds' over her experiences where she narrates the hardships she faced along with physical and emotional trauma caused by injuries and medical procedures. 'Sania has always faced adversity with single-minded focus, self-belief and self-respect. I believe she has been instrumental in changing the face of Indian sports,' said Mahesh Bhupathi in a statement.

The book was released by Sania’s good friend Pareeniti Chopra. The author of the book, Imran Mirza, a graduate from Mumbai university, was a professional builder who dabbled with sports journalism in early part of his work life.
As Sania’s father, coach, guide and mentor, along with Shivani Gupta as a fan, writer and TV presenter. Currently ranked number one in women’s doubles, Sania Mirza became an instant sensation when she won the Wimbledon Championship women’s double title at the age of sixteen.

A six-time Grand Slam champion, she notched up an incredible forty-one consecutive wins with her doubles partner, Martina Hingis, between August 2015 and February 2016. Sania broke the rules, she spoke her mind , she pushed herself to the limit, she played for India fiercely and without care for how it might impact her rankings- She is and will continue to remain an inspiration long after she steps off the tennis court" the statement added.

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