At 58, John Newcombe was revered as one of Australia's greatest tennis legends, enjoyed business success and the love of friends and family. A lover of wine and late nights, he was partying as hard in late middle age as he was in his 20s. Life was great and he had every intention of living forever. Then one evening in March, 2003, Newk was relaxing with a glass of wine after a day's work when he was felled by a stroke. 'No-one's Indestructible' is the champion's story of his dice with death, his long battle to recover from a potentially fatal condition that each year afflicts more and more of us, and his realisation that he would need to make major life changes if he was to live to see his grandchildren grow up. This is a cautionary tale and a guide to how to live life to the full while still taking a sensible and balanced approach to health and fitness.