Maria Sharapova is one of the most well-known female tennis players of the modern era, not only for her numerous victories on the court, but also for her beauty, grit, fashion, and love tales.

She has won five Grand Slam titles in her career (1 Australian Open, two Roland Garros, one Wimbledon, and one US Open). And is one of just 10 players in history to complete the Career Grand Slam, which she achieved on June 9, 2012, with his maiden Roland Garros victory.

She has also won 36 singles titles, including the 2004 WTA Finals, and twelve Premier category tournaments.

She has held the top spot in the global singles rankings five times, for a total of 21 weeks. Becoming the first Russian player to do so.

She topped the charts for the first time at the age of 18 on August 22, 2005. And again in July 2012. She has won the ESPY Award five times (in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2012, and 2014) for the best tennis player.

She won a silver medal in singles at the London Olympics in 2012, her only Olympic appearance.

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Maria Sharapova. Source: hindustantimes.com

Maria Sharapova has a sweet tooth

According to Forbes, Maria Sharapova talked on Randall Lane at the Forbes Under 30 Summit 2021. About her enthusiasm for confectionary enterprises as well as health and wellness activities.

“I Had A Major Sweet Tooth!” she stated, referring to many aspects of her career on and off the court, as well as her brand Sugarpova.

Due to several injuries and limited matches played in 2019. She was ranked 377th in the official WTA rankings in early 2020.

Sharapova was given a wild card to compete in the Brisbane and Australian Open events, after which she dropped out. Jennifer Brady and Donna Veki defeated them in the first round, respectively.

She was questioned at a press conference after the match against the Croatian. If this would be her final Australian Open.

Due to several injuries and limited matches played in 2019, she was ranked 377th in the official WTA rankings in early 2020.

She was given a wild card to compete in the Brisbane and Australian Open events, after which she dropped out.

Jennifer Brady and Donna Veki defeated them in the first round, respectively. She was questioned at a press conference after the match against the Croatian if this would be her final Australian Open.

 “I don’t know. Part of this event but now it’s hard for me to think about what will happen next. in the next twelve months,” she said in response.

Sharapova announced her retirement from professional tennis at the age of 32 on February 26, 2020, in two interviews with Vanity Fair and Vogue magazines.

She explained that the reason for her retirement was her body. Which was worn out and no longer capable of recovering from the countless injuries she had sustained in recent years.

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