Maria Sharapova She was one of the most beautiful and powerful tennis players of the last twenty years and ironically, she recently said goodbye to the WTA circuit. The Russian became the No. 1 tennis player, winning several Grand Slams at a young age and, at least initially, seemed to be the main rival of American champion Serena Williams.
Maria has won 5 Grand Slams, winning all four Grand Slam rounds, the last at Roland Garros in 2014. MashaHer career and after several rounds she was forced to retire in February 2020.
Sharapova attended the Breakthrough Awards ceremony.. The beautiful former Russian tennis player appeared on the red carpet in a very seductive black dress. The dress features a plunging neckline and slit. The outfit is completed with knitted tights and a pair of shoes Stiletto Heels.
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Maria Sharapova against Serena Williams
Since Maria Sharapova entered the professional tour, rivals have spoken about the former Russian tennis player Serena Williams and her retirement at Flushing Meadows.
«It’s amazing to see Serena’s journey and the dignity and resilience she’s shown in her career,» Sharapova said in an interview with ESPN. The interview aired during the two women’s semi-finals of the US Open, where Maria Sharapova was present in the stands.
The five-time Grand Slam champion spoke of comparisons between Serena Williams and the current generation, recounting his time at last year’s Met Gala where both were present. Maria explained: “We talked about it last year at this time of year and I told her, with no disrespect to this generation, that she is much better and that she should go there; So I’m glad she got it. A chance to do it here in New York.” Serena Williams played the final matches of her career at the US Open.
Everything was ready for the former world number one’s retirement at the US Grand Slam as well as the successful home tournament of Williams’ sister. A preparation, however, as the days pass, collecting victories over her opponents: first against Kovinic in the first round, then against the number two seed Annette Kontaveit. Serena Williams, however, had to surrender in three sets against Australian Ajla Tomjanovic.