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WTA Tour Inc.. Evonne Goolagong — 2 3. Tracy Austin — 22 5. Venus Williams — 11 Gyinara Szafina — 26 Ashleigh Barty — 7. Kerry Reid The tennis star was slowed by shoulder problems for much of and , although she managed to win her third Grand Slam with a dominant showing at the Australian Open.
She finally underwent shoulder surgery that October, and the resulting layoff forced her out of the Top until her return to singles action in May Sharapova struggled to regain her consistency against the premier women's players, but she was back in the Top 20 by the end of , and finished ranked No.
At the Summer Olympic Games — Sharapova's Olympic debut — she won a silver medal in women's singles, losing the gold to American tennis star Serena Williams.
The Russian continued to play well in subsequent majors, finishing runner-up at the French Open. However, shoulder problems again took a toll, and not long after a disappointing second-round loss at Wimbledon, she withdrew from action for the remainder of the season.
In , she advanced to the Australian Open final and the semifinals of the U. Open, before finishing the year ranked No. In March , Sharapova announced that she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open in January.
Sharapova recorded her first win in Russia in thirteen years with a straight sets win over Daria Gavrilova at the St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy.
Sharapova withdrew from her second round match against Daria Kasatkina. Sharapova was set to play at the Indian Wells Open and Miami Open but withdrew before the tournaments started due to a shoulder injury for which she stated she was to have minor surgery.
Sharapova later withdrew from the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix , Madrid Open , Italian Open and French Open due to not being able to compete at her highest level because of her lingering shoulder injury.
Sharapova made a return after being away for over four months, in the grasscourt season at the Mallorca Open where she received a wild card.
Sharapova's run ended in the second round with a straight sets lost to Angelique Kerber. Sharapova lost in the opening round of the Rogers Cup to Anett Kontaveit in three sets.
In the second round, Sharapova was defeated by Ashleigh Barty in straight sets. Sharapova fell in the opening round of the US Open to eventual finalist Serena Williams in straight sets, it was also her final match of the year.
She ended the year ranked no. This marked her third consecutive first-round loss at a Grand Slam tournament and, following the tournament, her ranking fell to no.
That defeat to Vekic in Melbourne would prove to be Sharapova's final match of her career, as on 26 February , Sharapova announced her retirement from tennis.
In an essay in Vanity Fair , Sharapova wrote: "I'm new to this, so please forgive me. Tennis — I'm saying goodbye.
But as I embark on my next chapter, I want anyone who dreams of excelling in anything to know that doubt and judgement are inevitable.
You will fail hundreds of times and the world will watch you. Accept it. Trust yourself. I promise you that you will prevail.
On 7 March , Sharapova revealed that she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open , which she described as the result of an oversight.
She later released a statement regarding the test and explaining her use of the medicine:. I take full responsibility for it.
For the past ten years I have been given a medicine called mildronate by my family doctor and a few days ago after I received the ITF letter I found out that it also has another name of meldonium which I did not know.
It is very important for you to understand that for ten years this medicine was not on WADA's banned list and I had legally been taking the medicine for the past ten years.
But on January 1st  the rules had changed and meldonium became a prohibited substance which I had not known. I was given this medicine by my doctor for several health issues that I was having in Meldonium is not approved for use in the United States , Sharapova's country of residence;  however, it is legal to use in Russia , the country that Sharapova represents in tennis.
Sharapova said that she had been taking the drug to treat magnesium deficiency, an irregular EKG and family history of diabetes,  and indicated that she had not read an email informing her that meldonium had been banned for use in tennis.
Meldonium's addition was outlined on a WADA and United States Anti-Doping Agency summary document   and it has been reported that all tennis players were warned five times that it was due to be banned.
That's a distortion of the actual "communications" which were provided or simply posted onto a webpage. I make no excuses for not knowing about the ban.
The other "communications"? They were buried in newsletters, websites, or handouts many of them technical, in small print.
I didn't take the medicine every day. I took it the way my doctor recommended I take it and I took it in the low doses recommended. I'm proud of how I have played the game.
I have been honest and upfront. I won't pretend to be injured so I can hide the truth about my testing.
Most fellow tennis players reacted to Sharapova's announcement with little support or sympathy. You must be percent about what you are taking".
As a result of the failed drug test, Nike and TAG Heuer suspended their relationships with Sharapova, while Porsche postponed promotional work.
On 12 April, WADA intimated that athletes who tested positive for meldonium before March 1 could avoid bans, but the International Tennis Federation said that Sharapova's case would proceed.
Sharapova indicated she would appeal the ban. Following a hearing on 7 and 8 September , the Court of Arbitration for Sport CAS panel found that Sharapova had a reduced perception of the risk that she took while using Mildronate, because a she had used Mildronate for around ten years without any anti-doping issue, b she had consulted the Russian doctor who prescribed the Mildronate for medical reasons, not to enhance her performance, and c she had received no specific warning about the change in status of meldonium from WADA, the ITF, or the WTA.
Sharapova committed an anti-doping rule violation and that while it was with "no significant fault", she bore some degree of fault, for which a sanction of 15 months is appropriate.
Sharapova has lived in the United States since moving there at the age of seven, but retains her Russian citizenship, and is therefore eligible to play in the Fed Cup for Russia.
After Sharapova had beaten fellow Russian Anastasia Myskina at the WTA Tour Championships , Myskina criticized Sharapova's father, saying: "He was just yelling and screaming instructions to her and I thought he just might jump right on the court at one point in the match.
His behaviour is totally incorrect, simply rude. I don't want to be around people like him. I just don't see how he could work with the rest of us.
At the end of , Sharapova stated she was now keen to make her Fed Cup debut  and was set to play against Belgium in April , but withdrew.
Svetlana Kuznetsova said, "She said she wanted to be our practice partner but if you can't play how then can you practice? Sharapova finally made her Fed Cup debut in February , in Russia's quarterfinal tie against Israel.
In the first-round tie, Sharapova played Virginie Razzano of France and lost. Sharapova continued to participate in and helped Russia to a 3—2 win against Spain in the first-round tie.
Sharapova defeated Silvia Soler Espinosa in the first rubber, but was unable to play her second rubber due to illness. Sharapova was scheduled to play the semi-final against Germany , however, she withdrew days before the competition.
Despite the 2 wins by Sharapova, Russia still lost 3—2 after losing the decisive doubles rubber. Sharapova is an aggressive baseliner with power, depth, and angles on her forehand and backhand.
Instead of using a traditional volley or overhead smash , she prefers to hit a powerful "swinging" volley when approaching the net or attacking lobs.
Hall-of-famer John McEnroe said of Sharapova, "she's one of the best competitors in the history of the sport. Sharapova is known for on-court " grunting ", which reached a recorded decibels during a match at Wimbledon in Later in her career, Sharapova also added drop shots to her repertoire, making for a more unpredictable game style.
After returning from her suspension, Sharapova began to approach the net more frequently, and could finish points with delicate volleys.
Early in her career, Sharapova's first and second serves were regarded as powerful,  and she was believed to possess one of the best deliveries on the Tour.
In her return from layoff in to , she used an abbreviated motion, which was somewhat less powerful, and though producing aces, also gave a very high number of double faults.
After her early loss at the US Open , Sharapova returned to a more elongated motion, similar to her pre-surgery serve. She was able to produce speeds greater than before, including a mph serve hit at the Birmingham tournament in — the fastest serve of her career.
However, since her shoulder operation Sharapova was unable to control her serve. This led to numerous faults, as she was unable to feel how much power she was generating.
From through to the end of her career, Sharapova's serve became a major liability, regularly serving between 5 and 10 double faults per match.
Because she predicated her game on power, Sharapova's preferred surfaces early in her career were the fast-playing hard and grass courts, as evident through her 25 victories on hard court and grass court.
Open and Australian Open crowns, where she had her career breakthrough and played her peak tennis level, respectively. Sharapova initially was not as well-suited to the slower clay courts as she was on hard and grass courts.
Sharapova admitted in that she was not as comfortable with her movement on clay compared with other court surfaces and once described herself as like a "cow on ice" after a match on clay,  due to her inability to slide.
Later in her career, she showed improvement on this surface with respect to experience, as evidenced with her first WTA red-clay title at the Internationaux de Strasbourg , 7 years since playing on the WTA circuit.
She won her first French Open title and captured the career grand slam at the French Open and as of , led the WTA tour of active players with the highest winning percentage on clay, with an Sharapova had multiple coaches throughout her career including Robert Lansdorp ,   Yuri Sharapov,  Michael Joyce in —11,  Jimmy Connors in ,  Sven Groeneveld in —18,  Thomas Högstedt in —13, —19,  and Riccardo Piatti in — Sharapova has lived in the United States since moving there at the age of seven.
Sharapova stated, "I'm sure when I was 17 years old and someone said, you'll be playing for another eight years, it would be like, you're not going to see me at a press conference at 25 years old.
But years go on. I missed a year in my career—I didn't play that year. I've said this, just before the tournament, a few weeks before, I woke up, and I was just so happy to be going back on the court.
I felt so fresh, full of energy, just with a really good perspective. Times change, obviously. I see myself playing this sport for many more years because it's something that gives me the most pleasure in my life.
I think it helps when you know you're good at something, and you can always improve it. It obviously helps with the encouragement.
Although a United States resident since , Sharapova still prefers Russian citizenship. Sharapova has stated the reason she prefers to keep Russian citizenship is because "it is about the family environment, it is about the rich culture.
Just life experiences that I look back to and I know that for so many years I was shaped into the individual I was from those experiences.
And not necessarily simply the country, but the people, the mentality and the toughness and that never giving up attitude".
The Maria Sharapova Foundation is committed to helping children around the world achieve their dreams. She stated at the time that she was planning to travel back to the area after Wimbledon in ,  though it didn't happen since she had to travel back to the US because of her shoulder injury.
Sharapova helped to promote the Winter Olympics in Sochi , Russia, [ citation needed ] and was the first torch bearer in the torch-lighting ceremony during the opening festivities.
Sharapova's tennis success and appearance have enabled her to secure commercial endorsements that greatly exceed the value of her tournament winnings.
She topped that list every year until , even after her shoulder injury. She posed in a six-page bikini photoshoot spread in the Valentine's Day issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue , alongside 25 supermodels.
Immediately after her win at the Wimbledon Championship, mobile phone company Motorola signed Sharapova to endorse their mobile phone line.
She signed a sponsorship deal in January with Gatorade and Tropicana ,  which ended in During the layoff due to her shoulder surgery, sensing the fleeting nature of a professional athlete's career, Sharapova decided to focus on developing her name as a brand, beginning with meeting with her sponsors more extensively to further her brand.
The collection includes dresses that she designed for all the major tournaments, in collaboration with Nike and Cole Haan.
Sharapova began using the Prince Shark OS at that tournament specially designed for her. Current through the Australian Open.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Sharapov surname. Russian tennis player. In this Eastern Slavic name , the patronymic is Yuryevna and the family name is Sharapova.
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