Maria Sharapova & and the women who want to change the sport industry

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Maria Sharapova & and the women who want to change the sport industry
Maria Sharapova & and the women who want to change the sport industry

Maria Sharapova was in Miami a few hours ago, to attend a beautiful event featuring women leaders who want to change the sport industry. For the event, the beautiful Siberian legend wore a dark pinstriped suit, with only a very sensual top underneath.

In the Instagram post, Maria wrote: "A morning spent with powerful, smart & beautiful female leaders changing the sports industry one stiletto step at a time. Thank you for having me @f1 #WSJ #f1accelerate"

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Maria Sharapova is undoubtedly recognized as one of the most beautiful and successful tennis players of the last twenty years, a tennis player who paradoxically said goodbye to the WTA Tour too soon.

The Russian tennis player became number one and won several Grand Slam titles at a very young age, many considered her as the only true rival of a legend or rather an icon like Serena Williams. In the end Maria won five Grand Slam titles, even less than everyone expected, but she managed the feat of winning all four Grand Slam tournaments, the last one back in 2014 at the Roland Garros in Paris.

However, Masha's career has been hampered several times by injuries and in the end, after a long acceptance, the tennis player decided to retire in 2020. Now Sharapova is a successful entrepreneur, as well as having created a beautiful family.

The Russian is still very active on her social networks. Born in 1987, Maria has been linked to the entrepreneur Alexander Gilkes since 2018 and Maria recently gave birth to Theodore, their first child. Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams appeared together recently and Maria revealed that she spoke intensely about Serena's career and her retirement, as well as saying something about the current generation of tennis players.

Serena Williams officially retired at the last US Open, going out in the third round against Australian tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic. Serena had also beaten number two seed Anett Kontaveit during the tournament.

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