There’s good news for Indian tennis star Sania Mirza’s fans. Her's much awaited 238 page autobiography ‘Ace Against Odds’, that contains of 39 chapters, has been released by Harper Collins India this week and is in stores now.

The book is co-authored by her father Imran Mirza, who is also her coach and it offers an authentic insight into the life of a top tennis professional which can guide the rising crop of youngsters.

India’s most famous female tennis player has also shared interesting tidbits from her life and her high-profile wedding with Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik.

“I hope the book is a useful road map to guide the next generation of tennis players from India. If my story can inspire even one youngster to the heights of winning a Grand Slam in the future, I will feel blessed,”

Controversy is Sania Mirza’s second name and the book is also an attempt to clear some of those contentious issues that she has been involved in throughout her career.

The autobiography will provide her perspective and will give an honesty of her.

“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,” Mirza has explained.

Sania Mirza recently got Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, from President Pranab Mukherjee.

29 year old Sania Mirza is currently busy playing at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships where she is the defending champion in women’s doubles with Martina Hingis.

Recently they already reached the quarter-finals where they are scheduled to take on the fifth seeds Timea Babos and Yaroslava Shvedova we hoper they will be able to defend the title and be a champion again.