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Maria Sharapova reveals her Wimbledon dress

The world #3 maintains the tradition by wearing a full white outfit for this years Championship.
Tennis Stories  18 Jun 2013 - 10:23 / by Vishal Gajaria / reads 2017.
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Maria Sharapova

Wimbledon is about to start in a week’s time and Russian sensation Maria Sharapova has given us a glimpse of her attire, she will be wearing this year at the Championship, designed by Nike.

Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) tweeted - "Wimbledon is around the corner, and my new @niketennis dress is already here! What do you think about it?"

The Wimbledon has a dress code which insists on most of the outfit's part should be white.

Sharapova, who lost the French Open 2013 final to world #1 Serena Williams was seen at London this week, watching her boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov play.




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