Maria Sharapova makes $20 million a year off Sugarpova

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Maria Sharapova makes $20 million a year off Sugarpova
Maria Sharapova makes $20 million a year off Sugarpova

Maria Sharapova has been the face for successful brands such as Nike, Porsche and Tag Heuer for years. Now, the beautiful former tennis legend, great fashion lover and now super savvy business woman, is making mountains of money thanks to her brand of sweets Sugarpova.

Maria originally invested nearly $500,000, but Sugarpova is now valued at over $187 million, according to British newspaper The Sun. Since 2013, the year in which you started marketing sugary candies, the brand has continued to go from strength to strength.

Today, the brand sells sweets and chocolates in 22 different countries, and earns around $20 million a year!

Sharapova's workouts after giving birth

In addition to having been one of the greatest champions of the last twenty years, among the most important rivals of a legend like Serena Williams, the former Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova is also remembered as one of the most attractive women to ever walk the tennis courts.

Maria has retired for a few years and is now dedicated to private life, in 2022 she gave birth to her first child, little Theodore. In a recent interview granted to Self magazine, Maria confessed that she only started training six months after giving birth.

She has always been very intent on training and so this is an important change. In fact, now Sharapova trains about 2-3 times a week for about an hour and Maria confessed: "Usually they last about 30 minutes, the last time I have to say they were less incisive but still quite fun.

I do these especially when little Theodore is sleeping." According to what she tells in her interview with Self, Maria Sharapova tends to use support tools or even naps to recover from complicated moments.
Workouts and tools that help improve blood circulation in the legs, intense workouts to improve strength always in the legs.

In a recent interview with ESPN Maria talked about Serena Williams, her greatest rival on the tennis court. The two are now great friends and Sharapova explained: "It's been wonderful to see Serena's journey and the glorious and great tenacity with which she has carried forward her career."

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