Maria Sharapova: "Sugarpova? I had a sweet tooth!"

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Maria Sharapova: "Sugarpova? I had a sweet tooth!"

Maria Sharapova has been one of the most iconic women tennis players in modern tennis, and not just because of her many victories on the court, buty also for her beauty, her grit, the fashion and love stories. In her career she has won five Grand Slam tournaments (1 Australian Open, 2 Roland Garros, 1 Wimbledon and 1 US Open) and became one of the ten players in history to have completed the Career Grand Slam, reached on 9 June 2012 with the victory of his first Roland Garros.

On top of that she boasts 36 singles tournaments, including the Wta Finals in 2004, and twelve Premier category tournaments. She has occupied the first position of the world ranking in singles on five different occasions, for a total of 21 weeks, becoming the first Russian player in history and the top of the ranking.

She became number one for the first time at age 18 on August 22, 2005 and for the last time in July 2012. She has been awarded the ESPY Award for best tennis player five times (2005, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2014) . In 2012 she was awarded the silver medal in singles at the London Olympics, in her only Olympics ever played.

Maria Sharapova: "Sugarpova? I had a sweet tooth!"

As reported by Forbes, Maria Sharapova spoke of her passion for confectionary businesses, as well as health and wellness activities, on Randall Lane at the Forbes Under 30 Summit 2021.

She said, about many issues of her career on and off the court, also referring to her brand Sugarpova: "I Had A Major Sweet Tooth!" In early 2020 she found herself in position 377 of the official WTA rankings due to numerous injuries and few matches played in 2019.

She was offered a wild-card to compete in the Brisbane and Australian Open tournaments, where she left the scene. in the first round, respectively at the hands of Jennifer Brady and Donna Vekić. After the match lost against the Croatian, she was asked at a press conference if this would be her last Australian Open and her response was: "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." On February 26, 2020, through two interviews granted to Vanity Fair and Vogue magazines, she announced her retirement from professional tennis at the age of 32, the cause of the retirement, as explained by herself, was her body, worn out and no longer capable of recovering from the countless injuries suffered in recent years.

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