Dominika Cibulkova has announed that she is underway with writing her memoir. The Slovakian, a former Australian Open finalist and WTA Finals champion in 2016, is penning her autobiography with the help of friend Andrea Coddington.
The 29-year-old, who insists she has no plans to retire from the sport at present, will include a wide range of topics in her book, which has yet to be given a release date.
"I want to share a big news with you," the World No.25 wrote on Instagram. "Something I've been leading to for quite a while now. For those who expect that I will say that my time as a professional tennis player is up - not quiet yet. So, I am not pregnant and I'm not ending my career ;). What I do, though I am working on my memoir - which I believe will be a great read.
"Together with my friend and talented Slovak writer Andrea Coddington who knows me very well. It is fun and it is not going to be a tennis bible. There will be everything - my love for tennis, my achievements, my mistakes, my ups and downs, my passion for fashion, my friends, my family, my love. My life.
"There is no release date yet - everything has time, but one thing for sure - it will be colorful, mine, passionate, truthful, with lot of pictures, lot of insides. Love, Domi"
Cibulkova has won eight WTA singles titles, the most recent coming at the end-of-season event in Singapore two years ago, when she beat Angelique Kerber. She has reached one Grand Slam final, in Melbourne in 2014, and also made the last four of the French Open five years previously.
Her 2018 season included finals in Budapest and Strasbourg in the first half of the year, before making the quarterfinals at Wimbledon and the last 16 at the US Open. She also revealed last month that she has filmed scenes in Wuhan as part of a film biopic of Chinese player Li Na's career.