Maria Sharapova has distinguished herself as a businesswoman and entrepreneur, after her glorious career as a tennis player. The beautiful and very strong Russian tennis player is also the testimonial of the fitness brand Bala.
On Instagram, Sharapova showed some photos in which she wore Bala Bangles, posing like the great icon Jane Fonda. She wrote on Instagram: "@Bala X Target launches today in over 1300 locations. We’ve come a long way since Shark Tank!
Bravo, team! Brought out my best Jane Fonda moves for this one."
Maria Sharapova's new life after the tennis career
Maria Sharapova has been retired for a few years now and now she dedicates herself to private life.
She is married and has a son Theodore who she cuddles daily. Despite her advancing age, Maria is still splendid and shines on social media with videos of her workouts.
Recently she gave an interview to Self's microphones and revealed some details about her workouts: "Usually my workouts last about 30 minutes, last time I must say that they were less intense but still very funny.
I tend to do them especially when little Theodore is sleeping." Sharapova, in addition to being a great tennis player, has for years been considered the face of successful brands such as Nike, Porsche and Tag Heuer. Maria is also a great entrepreneur, who manages to make a lot of money whatever she touches.
And even in this case it is quite evident. This is the case this time with the confectionery company Sugarpova. As reported by The Sun, Maria has invested around $500 thousand in this company over several years and has significantly increased its value.
Now Sugarpova has acquired a value of $187 million, thus multiplying her initial value incredibly. While some initially smiled at this investment, Maria proved everyone wrong and created a new great empire. Now Sugarpova sells chocolates and other sweets in 22 different countries and earns a steady $20 million a year.