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Maria Sharapova makes winning return to court after six-month injury break

Maria Sharapova has been out of action since January with a right shoulder injury that required surgery.

Returning Maria Sharapova inspired by 'ultimate fighter' Rafael Nadal

Maria Sharapova returns to action next week at the Mallorca Open grasscourt event as she prepares for Wimbledon, the tournament that launched her to fame 15 years ago when she claimed the title as a teenager.

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Maria Sharapova to return at Mallorca Open after shoulder injury

Maria Sharapova will return to tennis at next week's Mallorca Open after being sidelined with a right shoulder injury since January.

Maria Sharapova withdraws from French Open, citing right shoulder

The former No. 1 and owner of five major titles Maria Sharapova hasn't competed anywhere since late January, when she withdrew from a tournament in Russia after winning her opening match there.

Maria Sharapova pulls out of Miami Open after shoulder procedure

Maria Sharapova said she's struggled since last summer with shoulder pain caused by a fraying tendon and small labrum tear. She tried unsuccessfully to solve the problem with exercise.

Australian Open 2019: Aggressive Maria Sharapova eliminates defending champion Caroline Wozniacki

Maria Sharapova hit 37 winners against 10 from Caroline Wozniacki and converted her second matchpoint to set up a fourth round clash with local hope Ashleigh Barty.

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Australian Open 2019: Maria Sharapova accepts underdog tag ahead of Carolina Wozniacki clash

Maria Sharapova has started the new season on a positive note by reaching the quarter-finals at Shenzhen and has dropped just three games in her first two matches this week.

Australian Open 2019: Maria Sharapova doles out dreaded double bagel to Harriet Dart

In the opening match on Rod Laver Arena, Maria Sharapova was all over the 131st-ranked Harriet Dart from the first point and wrapped up the match in little more than an hour.

Maria Sharapova pans male players for fighting women's equality

Women enjoy equal prize money at the Australian Open and the three other Grand Slams but are awarded less than men at other professional tournaments.

US Open 2018: Dominika Cibulkova upsets Angelique Kerber to reach fourth round

Dominika Cibulkova faces last year's US Open runner-up, American Madison Keys, in the fourth round. Keys leads Cibulkova 4-0 in head-to-head meetings.

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Maria Sharapova wins first title since 2015, doping ban

Maria Sharapova defeated Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus 7-5, 7-6 (8) to win Tianjin Open on Sunday. This was her first title since her return after the doping ban.

US Open 2017: Maria Sharapova, Garbine Muguruza exit; Americans Sam Querrey, Venus Williams march ahead

Maria Sharapova, who was back on the grand-slam stage after returning from a doping ban, was knocked out in the fourth round as she lost 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 to Anastasija Sevastova. The 30-year-old Russian finished with 51 unforced errors, compared to 14 for Sevastova.

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Five-times Grand Slam champ Maria Sharapova fails dope test

Maria Sharapova is seventh athlete in a month to test positive for meldonium, which is used to treat diabetes and low magnesium.

Top Frames: Orthodox believers mark Epiphany with icy plunge, Taliban suicide attack in Kabul

Orthodox believers mark Epiphany on January 19 by immersing themselves in icy waters regardless of the weather. Afghan policemen stand guard at the site of a suicide bomb attack in an area near the Russian embassy in Kabul.

Sochi Winter Olympics begin

Fireworks explode over Fisht Olympic Stadium.

Sharapova shocked; Nadal, Federer rocked

Sharapova has struggled with her serve throughout the tournament and her woes continued.

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Big guns advance with loved ones in tow

Azarenka remained on course for a third straight Australian Open title with a thumping victory.

Australian Open: Some collapse, some advance in melting Melbourne

Australian Open boiled in one of the hottest days in its history today.

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