Read the autobiographies of Muhammed Ali, Waseem Akram, Aravinda de Silva, Kapil Dev, Diego Maradona, Yuvraj Singh, Ussain Bolt.
The Greatest: My Own Story
It is the autobiography of great boxer Muhammed Ali. This emotional memoir by the three-time heavyweight world champion narrates the battles he had faced inside and outside the ring. It portrays Ali as a warrior: unrepentant, peace-loving, poetic, and loving.
Waseem: Wasim Akram’s Autobiography
Is an amazing story about the world’s most natural artistic all-rounder. The book explores many of the controversies in contemporary cricket through Wasim’s eyes.
Aravinda: My Autobiography
Is the story of Sri Lanka’s best middle-order batsman. The book describes the twilight of his nineteen-year career. His most notable moment was helping the Islanders lift their maiden Cricket World Cup trophy in 1996.
Kapil: The Autobiography of Kapil Dev
The former Indian all-rounder Kapil Dev chronicles his 17-year career, including leading India to a World Cup victory in 1983. The autobiography refers to his attempts to dominate the bat and the ball alike against different angles.
It is the autobiography of Diego Maradona, the greatest footballer of his generation. The Argentine footballer tells his true story, allowing readers to decide if he is a hero or a villain. The fascinating story sees Maradona unleashing everything you need to know about himself.