Former world No.4 Jelena Dokic will release an autobiography later this year.
The 34-year-old retired Australian player, who is a former Wimbledon semifinalist, is promising to share the full story of her tumultuous career and life.
“Over the past year I have embarked on one of the hardest and most fulfilling experiences – writing my life story so far,” Dokic posted on Instagram.
“I have never told my story in full until now. Not a soul.
“So going over some of the most painful and hard times of my life has been incredibly difficult. Recalling some of the highs of my tennis career has been exhilarating. Writing it all down – the good and the bad – has been liberating.
“I can’t wait to share my journey so far with all of you. This is not a tennis story but a story of my survival.”
The book, titled “Unbreakable”, will be released on November 1.
Here it is!! I have mentioned that i have been working hard on a few projects that are launching later this year.So here is the first and the biggest. Over the past year i have embarked on one of the hardest and most fulfilling experiences-writing my life story so far. I have never told my story in full until now.Not a soul. So going over some of the most painful and hard times of my life has been incredibly difficult.Recalling some of the highs of my tennis career has been exhilarating.Writing it all down-the good and the bad-has been liberating. I can’t wait to share my journey so far with all of you. This is not a tennis story but a story of my survival.I am so proud of this book. My book ‘unbreakable’ will be out November 1 and will be available for pre-order soon. Thank you to Penguin Random House @penguinbooksaus @penguinrandomhouse ,for publishing it and thank you to Alison Urquhart @alisonurquhart at Penguin for your constant support. Thank you also to News Corp journalist Jessica Halloran @jessicakatesnaps for helping me write it.Thank you for you hard work,passion,understanding and friendship.You have become a true friend.Thanks for all your trips and long days and being there for me in every aspect and providing the light and laughter when it got tough.Thank you for having the confidence in me and your huge fight to tell the real story and what has never been told until now. Also thank you to my manager Nick Fordham @nickfordham and The Fordham Agency for you support and belief in me.You have been incredible especially over the last couple of months and i appreciate it so much. We have all been on this journey for a while but the real journey and all the fun is still to come. Thank you all. My book ‘unbreakable’ will be able for pre-order soon and i will let you all know when and where you can pre-order. ???????????????????????????????????????? #book #2017 #autobiography #myautobiography #unbreakable #jelena #jelenadokicstory #penguinrandomhouse#penguinrandomhouseaustralia #excited #proud #journey#instagra #instafollowers #instadaily #instagood #australia #tennis #melbourne #life #sydney #author #cover #bookcover #2017 #coming #comingsoon #launch #november
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