Cricket Autobiographies are always inspiring. Aren’t they?
There is never going to be any dull moments for the Cricket fans, when their star cricketers, whom they have been following throughout their life, pen down the behind-stories of their cricketing career.
There are various kinds of Cricket books.
There are coaching books, and then there are players’ life books.
Some books on cricketers’ life come out with controversies, and some – just solve the mysteries of the past. Some have answers to the questions, cricket fans been looking for.
The books which I have chosen are filled with stories that inspire, and are the ones which I couldn’t resist recommending.
Here’s my list of my top 25 cricket autobiographies by Indian and foreign players to read.
List of the Best Cricket Autobiographies
Clicking on the name of the book will directly take you to the product page, where you can buy them!
- Playing It My Way – Sachin Tendulkar
- A Century is not Enough: My Roller-coaster Ride to Success – Sourav Ganguly
- The Dhoni Touch – MS Dhoni
- 281 and Beyond– VVS Laxman
- Yuvraj Singh – The Test Of My Life – Yuvraj Singh
- A Biography of Rahul Dravid: The Nice Guy Who Finished First – Rahul Dravid
- Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket. I Love it – Chris Gayle
- Bouch: Through my eyes – Mark Boucher
- KP: My Autobiography – Kevin Pietersen
- Being Freddie: My Story so Far – Andrew Flintoff
- Firestarter: A compelling read for keen cricket fans – Ben Stokes
- Driving Ambition – My Autobiography – Andrew Strauss
- Graeme Swann: The Breaks Are Off – My Autobiography – Graeme Swann
- Unguarded: My Autobiography – Jonathan Trott
- A Clear Blue Sky: A Memoir – Jonny Bairstow
- My World in Cricket – Stuart Broad
- Brendon McCullum – Declared – Brendon McCullum
- At the Close of Play – Ricky Ponting
- Line and Strength: The Complete Story – Glenn McGrath
- Shane Warne’s Century: My Top 100 Test Cricketers – Shane Warne
- Underneath the Southern Cross – Michael Hussey
- Imperfect – Sanjay Manjrekar
- True Colours – Adam Gilchrist
- To the Point – Herschelle Gibbs
- Indian Summers – John Wright
I have listed these books after reading each one of them with such joy and inspiration to find the next one to read.
I will keep updating the list whenever I find good reads on Cricketers.
You can also read my previous upload on the list of Best Cricket Coaching Books available online to train cricketers in the right way.
You can also gift these books to the upcoming and buddig cricketers!
Thanks for reading!
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