10 Books by Legendary Cricketers You Must Read

"Playing It My Way" by Sachin Tendulkar – The autobiography of the "God of Cricket" is a must-read for every cricket fan.

"Open" by Andre Agassi – Though not a cricketer, the tennis legend's autobiography offers valuable insights into the challenges and triumphs of a sportsman.

"A Century Is Not Enough" by Sourav Ganguly – The former Indian captain shares his journey, both on and off the field.

"The Meaning of Luck" by Sanjay Manjrekar – The former Indian cricketer and commentator shares his perspective on the sport and the role of luck in cricket.

"Jack Hobbs: Profile of the Master" by John Arlott – A biography of the legendary English cricketer, Jack Hobbs, by one of the greatest cricket commentators of all time.

"My Autobiography" by Sir Vivian Richards – The West Indies' former captain shares his experiences and insights on the sport.

"Out of My Comfort Zone" by Steve Waugh – The former Australian captain reflects on his experiences and achievements as a cricketer.

"Fire in Babylon" by Simon Lister – A fascinating account of the West Indies cricket team's dominance in the 1970s and 80s.

"Fierce Focus" by Gary Kirsten – The former South African cricketer and coach shares his journey and insights on the sport.

"The Art of Captaincy" by Mike Brearley – The former England captain shares his perspective on leadership in cricket, offering valuable insights for aspiring captains.