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Gallery: Li Na's Book Tour In China

Li Na hit the road in China earlier this month to promote her bestselling autobiography.

Published September 25, 2012 12:00

Li Na's autobiography was released in China during the summer and has fast become a bestseller.
Li Na's autobiography was released in China during the summer and has fast become a bestseller.
Li Na opens up about life on and off the court in her book - from her successes to her struggles.
Li Na opens up about life on and off the court in her book - from her successes to her struggles.
Li Na has also gone on tour in China to promote the book, including a stop at Peking University.
Li Na has also gone on tour in China to promote the book, including a stop at Peking University.
Li Na met students and talked about the book at an event for the Peking University Students Union.
Li Na met students and talked about the book at an event for the Peking University Students Union.
Li Na's autobiography tour of China also brought her back to her hometown and residence, Wuhan.
Li Na's autobiography tour of China also brought her back to her hometown and residence, Wuhan.
Duzi Shang Chang - or, in English, Playing Myself - is the title of Li Na's bestselling book.
Duzi Shang Chang - or, in English, Playing Myself - is the title of Li Na's bestselling book.
Li Na's hometown is the capital of Hubei province and the most populous city in Central China.
Li Na's hometown is the capital of Hubei province and the most populous city in Central China.
Li Na's French Open title in 2011 made her the first player from Asia to win a Grand Slam title.
Li Na's French Open title in 2011 made her the first player from Asia to win a Grand Slam title.
Li Na is also the first and so far only Chinese to crack the Top 10 on the WTA, getting up to No.4.
Li Na is also the first and so far only Chinese to crack the Top 10 on the WTA, getting up to No.4.
Li Na is competing in Tokyo this week, and she will be a main attraction in Beijing next week.
Li Na is competing in Tokyo this week, and she will be a main attraction in Beijing next week.
  • Li Na's autobiography was released in China during the summer and has fast become a bestseller.
  • Li Na opens up about life on and off the court in her book - from her successes to her struggles.
  • Li Na has also gone on tour in China to promote the book, including a stop at Peking University.
  • Li Na met students and talked about the book at an event for the Peking University Students Union.
  • Li Na's autobiography tour of China also brought her back to her hometown and residence, Wuhan.
  • Duzi Shang Chang - or, in English, Playing Myself - is the title of Li Na's bestselling book.
  • Li Na's hometown is the capital of Hubei province and the most populous city in Central China.
  • Li Na's French Open title in 2011 made her the first player from Asia to win a Grand Slam title.
  • Li Na is also the first and so far only Chinese to crack the Top 10 on the WTA, getting up to No.4.
  • Li Na is competing in Tokyo this week, and she will be a main attraction in Beijing next week.
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