Two of the most important aspects of the sportsperson’s spirit are motivation and willingness to learn. Here are 10 Books Every Sportsman Should Read
Titled the Black Mamba, Kobe Bryant was a renowned basketball player who penned his memoir when he retired.
This is a story of sheer inspiration and heartbreaking passion. It chronicles the life of double amputee Rigsby who won the prestigious Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon.
The Brazilian soccer legend Pele who changed the dynamics of the game altogether, has a lot of interesting things to say in his memoir.
Tennis player Sania Mirza is the pride of our nation so it’s only fitting that her memoir is the inspiration of our nation’s sportsmen.
This is the autobiography of the one of the most talented tennis players to ever exist and chronicles Andre’s training, entry into the field and career since.
In this biography, Raina (using Bharat Sundaresan’s words) describes his personal journey from a small town boy in UP to the man who won the World Cup for India.
The acclaimed and famous badminton player Nehwal who was won India dozens of accolades is an inspiration to the world.
The Queen of the Indian Boxing Ring has given her testament in this autobiography – and one that deserves to be cherished for ages to come.
Cricket is obviously the most beloved sport of India and Saurav-da has talked about his personal journey as a cricketer here.
The most loved cricketer India has seen, Sachin has penned his memoir after having retired from the field.