Maria Sharapova’s legacy may be tarnished by Meldonium mistake but her aura, determination and intimidating presence will see her go down as one of tennis’ best!

Whether it was her first appearance in 2001 at the age of 14 or her final appearance at the Australian Open there was always that aura and intimidating air of playing Maria Sharapova. The walk onto the court, the famous shriek she gives out, the stare or the missing off the lines when walking around... Continue Reading →

Sharapova’s in the search for consistency but the only consistent is leaving tournaments early, so would a step down a level be a good way to build up much needed match rhythm?

Maria Sharapova is a big name. No matter what happened with the whole drugs test a few years back she is still a name people flock to see. Tournament directors will hand out wildcards like no tomorrow but if Sharapova wants a progressive return to a high level of women's tennis maybe it is time... Continue Reading →

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