Maria Sharapova calls tennis goodbye
Maria Sharapova calls tennis goodbye|The Russian tennis star, five-time Grand Slam champion and Maria Sharapova, the number ten in the world of tennis, has announced retirement, ending a golden tennis chapter.
The 32-year-old Maria Sharapova made the announcement Wednesday, according to French news agency AFP. Maria Sharapova has been suffering from shoulder pain for the past few years; she did not play well in that period and therefore lost many competitions.
Also, Maria Sharapova is facing charges of use of prohibited drugs, her current ranking was 373. Tennis I’m telling goodbye, says Maria Sharapova, one of the world’s most valuable sports players.
One of the keys to my success is that I’ve never looked back and never looked back, he wrote in an article for Vanity and Vogue Magazine.
Born in Siberia, Maria Sharapova caught the tennis racket at the age of four and won Wimbledon in 2004 at the age of 17, becoming the third-youngest player in the world. The following year, in 2005, at the age of just 18, she became the number one tennis player in the world. The following year he won the US Open.
However, in 2007, Sharapova’s shoulder ache began to subside, and in 2008 she was unable to attend the Australian Open due to another shoulder injury, and so she failed to show her game at the Beijing Olympics and US Open.
In 2012, Angry improved a bit, winning the French Open and improving his reputation and the same year he won a silver medal at the Olympics. The shoulder was injured again and they nevertheless won the French Open in 2014. Maria Sharapova faced a 15-month ban on the use of prohibited drugs in 2016.