The book is on the slim side at 118 pages but given that Saina is a mere 22, one can hardly expect her to produce a doorstopper.
Just as she doesn't hold back her smashes on court, Saina is not coy about expressing herself off it. The book contains a wealth of detail for Saina fans, who make up most of young India.
Make that most of India.
In the book, she writes, "Personally, I view the top 25 players as equally competent. On a good day, any of them can beat the rest, and the ranks are only numbers. I am proud to say that I have beaten all of them at least once...except Wang Yihan."
Shortly after the book was published, she chalked up another first by beating Wang en route to winning the Denmark Open.
We're confident this won't be her last win over the Chinese World No. 1. Or her last Olympic medal. Or, indeed, her last book.
Read on for excerpts of an exclusive chat that Saina had with Sankhya Krishnan of Sify.com.
Image: London Olympics 2012 medalist Saina Nehwal attends a felicitation function organised by a global nutrition company in Bangalore on August 22, 2012.