Reviews

  • An illuminating account ... Unstoppable is about everything that made Sharapova the kind of unflappable competitor who wouldn't let a 15-month service interruption, or the very vocal disapproval of her peers, come between her and her ambition. This is the bildungsroman of a controversial champion, a portrait of the athlete as an uncommonly driven young woman

    Julia Felsenthal, Vogue
  • A fascinating and well-written insight into her struggles, triumphs, obsession with Williams, Russian pessimism and the roots of that famous haughtiness

    Simon Hattenstone, Guardian
  • An inspiring memoir about coming-of-age ... Sure to satisfy longtime fans of women's tennis

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