Maria Sharapova returned to the court last month after serving a 15-month suspension.
Maria Sharapova has returned to courts from a 15-month doping ban and been at the centre of controversy surrounding wildcards.
Maria Sharapova will probably have to win 10 matches to claim a second Wimbledon title after deciding not to request a wildcard entry.
Maria Sharapova won’t request a wildcard into the Wimbledon but go the qualifying route to reach the main draw.
Maria Sharapova’s racket sponsor has supported the French Tennis Federation’s decision to not give her a wild card.
Maria Sharapova was denied a wild card by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) on Tuesday – a decision that didn’t sit well with WTA CEO Steve Simon.
Maria Sharapova, a twice French Open champion, was refused a wildcard by the organisers.
Maria Sharapova will not get a chance to win a third French Open title in 2017 after not being given a wild card for the Grand Slam.
Maria Sharapova’s work with the U.N. focused mainly on helping survivors of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
Maria Sharapova is facing a suspension of up to four years by ITF and has already lost numerous sponsorships in the aftermath.
Major sponsors Nike, Tag Heuer and Porsche have suspended their deals with the 28-year-old Maria Sharapova.
As always, Maria Sharapova polarises tennis opinion.
Like all things associated with the tennis world’s biggest brand, meldonium too has benefited Sharapova. It is now among the most-searched on Google; it’ll no longer be just another hard-to-pronounce word in medical journals.
Maria Sharapova was the highest paid sportswoman of 2015, earning USD 30 million mostly from advertising.
Maria Sharapova looks prepared to grit it out. But for tennis, the damage is already done.