Maria Sharapova: 'I went to Harvard for three weeks, not four years'


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Maria Sharapova: 'I went to Harvard for three weeks, not four years'

Maria Sharapova answered several questions by fans on social media speaking to GQ. Is she going to Harvard? "I made it sound like I went to Harvard for four years. I went to Harvard for three weeks so let's not get crazy about that fact.

But I did do a summer program, I studied a lot of great things at Harvard Business School and I apply that to all the businesses that I am a part of." What is she up to now? "I am in a studio in New York City doing this really fun interview.

And I am having a good time so I hope you are having a good day as well." Her pre match routines: "I have chicken and vegetable and maybe some rice and then I listen to a little bit of music like Florence and the Machine or Cold Play or U2, Bon Iver.

Then I talk to my team, maybe have a little catnap, 10-15 minutes and then I go out and play. It's pretty boring." Any song that motivates her? "I remember listening to U2's Where the Streets Have No Name, as I was driving through the middle of nowhere in Spain and I keep going back to that song because it really reminds you of how still the world can really be when it's just you inside of a car. So I love that song and I bring that up occasionally before my matches."