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The loss meant that for the first time since , Sharapova had lost her opening match at a Grand Slam event. She continued her French Open preparation at the Internationaux de Strasbourg as a wildcard, advancing to the final, where she beat Kristina Barrois.
This was her first title on red clay and 22nd overall title. Sharapova began her preparations for Wimbledon at the Aegon Classic.
She advanced to the final for the fourth time, where she lost to Li Na. As the 16th seed at Wimbledon , Sharapova lost in the fourth round to world No.
At the U. Open , Sharapova was the 14th seed. She made it to the fourth round, where she played top seed and finalist Caroline Wozniacki and lost.
Sharapova's last two tournaments of the season ended in disappointment. It was announced that Sharapova would bring in Thomas Högstedt as a coach for the season, joining Michael Joyce.
Sharapova participated in the first Grand Slam of the season at the Australian Open , where she was the 14th seed, but lost to Andrea Petkovic in the fourth round.
She defeated former world No. In the final, she was defeated by Victoria Azarenka , despite a late comeback in the second set.
She defeated top seed Caroline Wozniacki in the semifinals and sixth seed Samantha Stosur in the final to take home the title, marking her biggest clay-court victory to date.
She defeated French wildcard Caroline Garcia in the second round, despite trailing 3—6, 1—4, before winning the last 11 games of the match.
In the quarterfinals, she defeated 15th seed Andrea Petkovic , marking her first Grand Slam semifinal since her comeback from the career-threatening shoulder injury.
She then lost to sixth seed and eventual champion Li Na , in the semifinals, ending her clay season with a win-loss record of 12—2.
Sharapova started her summer hard-court season at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, California. In a highly anticipated match, Sharapova lost to the eventual champion Serena Williams in the quarterfinals.
As the fourth seed, she received a bye into the second round. On the way to her fourth final of the year, she beat Anastasia Rodionova ,  14th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova ,  tenth seed Samantha Stosur,  and 2nd seed Vera Zvonareva.
Sharapova entered the US Open , where she was seeded third. She beat Heather Watson , and Anastasiya Yakimova , to reach the third round. She was then upset by Flavia Pennetta.
This also forced her to withdraw from the China Open the following week. Sharapova then flew to Istanbul to prepare for the WTA Tour Championships , her first time qualifying since Sharapova withdrew from the Brisbane International because of her ongoing ankle injury.
In a match that decided who would become the new World No. As a result, her ranking improved to world No. She then played in the Paris , where she lost in the quarterfinals to eventual champion Angelique Kerber.
At the Indian Wells , after battling for over three hours, Sharapova defeated compatriot Maria Kirilenko to set up a semifinal meeting with Ana Ivanovic.
Sharapova advanced to the final after Ivanovic retired due to a hip injury. Sharapova's next tournament was the Sony Ericsson Open , where she was seeded 2nd and received a bye.
This was her third loss of the year in finals out of four tournaments played so far. She won her first title of the year in Stuttgart after defeating world number one Victoria Azarenka.
In doing so, Sharapova defeated three current Grand Slam title holders to win the tournament. Sharapova then played on the Mutua Madrid Open , a premier mandatory event.
As the defending champion and second seed at the Italian Open , Sharapova had a bye in the first round. In the semifinals, Sharapova defeated Angelique Kerber to advance to the final for the second year in a row.
In the final, Sharapova saved match point for a 2-hour minute win over Li Na for her 26th career title.
In the final, she defeated Sara Errani for her fourth career Grand Slam title her first since and her first French Open title. Sharapova decided not to compete in any of the grass-court warm-up events and instead proceeded straight to the Wimbledon Championships , where she was the top seed at a Grand Slam for the first time since the French Open.
She breezed through her first three matches over Anastasia Rodionova , Tsvetana Pironkova and the crafty Hsieh Su-wei , extended her winning streak to 15 matches.
However, she was upset in the fourth round in straight sets by the 15th-seeded Sabine Lisicki , whom she beat in the previous year's semifinals.
Due to being unable to defend her finalist points from the year before, she relinquished the world No. She made her Olympic debut at the Summer Olympics in London and was seeded third in the singles draw.
In the quarterfinals, Sharapova defeated fellow former No. Sharapova defeated Kirilenko to reach the Olympic final and guarantee a medal.
Facing off against rival Serena Williams, with both players looking for their first Olympic singles gold medal and a chance to complete a career Golden Slam , Sharapova was thrashed by Williams  in what was to be her worst defeat to the American, winning only a single game.
Sharapova did not compete in any of the summer hard-court warm-up events after the Olympics,  pulling out of both Montreal and Cincinnati where she was the defending champion due to a stomach virus.
In the fourth round, compatriot Nadia Petrova took it to a third set and was winning until a rain delay. After the delay, Sharapova came back to win, advancing to the quarterfinals of the US Open for the first time since she won the tournament in In the quarterfinals, she faced 11th seed Marion Bartoli , who was 4—0 up before a rain delay, which delayed the match a whole day.
Sharapova then came back from a set down to win. She made it to the quarterfinals, losing to Samantha Stosur. In the finals she was again defeated by Azarenka.
In the semifinals, Sharapova beat Azarenka, bringing their head-to-head meetings to 7—5 in Azarenka's favour. Although Sharapova made it to the final, Azarenka clinched the year-end No.
She lost to Serena Williams for the 13th consecutive time in the final and the third time that year, notching her best score line in three matchups with a 4—6, 3—6 defeat.
Sharapova's first scheduled tournament of the season was the Brisbane International , where she was seeded second. However, she withdrew from the tournament before it began, citing a collarbone injury.
She defeated Olga Puchkova and Misaki Doi in the first two rounds without losing a game in either match, the first time a player won in back-to-back double bagels at a Grand Slam tournament since the Australian Open.
She reached the semifinals at the Qatar Total Open , losing to Serena Williams for the 10th straight time in her career.
She received a bye into the second round and successfully reached the final without dropping a set, where she faced Indian wells champion and former world No.
After an hour and twenty-one minutes, Sharapova won the tournament. Her win also made her the No. Maria then competed at the Sony Open.
Once again she reached the final without dropping a set and faced world No. Maria started the match strong, winning the first set.
However, Serena won the second and dominated the third set. This was Maria's 11th consecutive loss against Serena. Next, she played at the indoor clay event in Stuttgart, where she was the defending champion.
Maria was top seed and had a bye in the first round. Her first three matches were long three-setters: she first beat world No.
In the final, in what was her ninth victory against the Chinese out of 14 matches, she beat second seed world No.
A week later, she competed at the Madrid Open , reaching the final, again without dropping a set.
She faced Serena Williams for the 15th time, losing for the 12th consecutive time in straight sets. Next, she played in Rome, where she was seeded second and had a bye in the first round.
She beat 16th seed Sloane Stephens in straight sets with the loss of three games in the third round, but then did not play her quarterfinal match against seventh seed Sara Errani and retired from the tournament due to a viral illness.
At the French Open , Sharapova reached the final again, beating Azarenka in three sets in the semifinals, but there she lost in straight sets to Serena Williams.
At Wimbledon she was comprehensively beaten in the second round by qualifier Michelle Larcher de Brito. A week later Sharapova withdrew from the U.
Open, citing a shoulder injury, which prematurely ended her season. Sharapova had not played since August due to a recurring shoulder injury and made her comeback at the Brisbane International.
Sharapova lost the match in 3 sets. Sharapova then participated in GDF Suez where she was upset in the semifinals to fellow Russian and eventual tournament winner Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in three sets.
In April, she won Stuttgart Open , her first title of the year and 30th of her career by defeating Ana Ivanovic in three sets.
Stuttgart is the only tournament Sharapova won three times. With nine clay titles, she joins Venus Williams as the third most successful active player on the surface.
She lost to Ana Ivanovic in straight sets. Sharapova was seeded 7th at French Open and defeated Ksenia Pervak, Tsvetana Pironkova, and Paula Ormaechea in the first 3 rounds, all in straight sets.
In the fourth round she defeated Samantha Stosur, reeling off nine straight games from a set and 3—4 down. This marked her 14th win in 16 meetings with the Australian.
In the semi-finals, she defeated Eugenie Bouchard , once again coming back from a set down, to reach her third consecutive French Open final. In the final, she defeated Simona Halep in three sets to win her second French Open title and fifth overall Major title.
This was the first time since where a third set was contested in the final. The match took just over three hours, and has been described as one of the best women's finals in recent years.
Sharapova then played the Rogers Cup in Montreal where she was the 4th seed. She then went on to defeat Pavlyuchenkova and newly crowned world No.
She faced Ivanovic again but lost in a roller coaster three-setter despite having two match points. She defeated compatriot Maria Kirilenko and Romanian Alexandra Dulgheru before overcoming 26th seeded German Sabine Lisicki in round 3 to set up a clash with Caroline Wozniacki in the round of Sharapova lost to the Dane in 3 sets.
Sharapova next played the inaugural Wuhan open where she was seeded 4th. After receiving a first round bye, she defeated compatriot Svetlana Kuznetsova in 3 sets and next faced Timea Bacsinszky.
Although Sharapova won their 2 previous encounters, she was stunned by Timea in 2 tight sets, thus ending her campaign at the premier 5 tournament.
Reaching the final without dropping a set, Sharapova defeated world No. In the final, Sharapova met reigning Wimbledon champion and world No.
Sharapova won the match in 2 hours 30 minutes, defeating the Czech in three sets. By virtue of the win, Sharapova's ranking rose from No.
Also, Sharapova closed in on the year-end number-one ranking spot, being just points behind Williams. Maria was ranked No.
Her first match was a three set loss to Wozniacki. She ended the year as world No. Sharapova kicked off her season at the Brisbane International where she was top seed and received a bye in the first round.
In the semi finals, Sharapova faced Elina Svitolina, beating her in straight sets. Reaching the final without dropping a set, Sharapova played an intense match against second seed Ana Ivanovic but came through in three sets.
This was Sharapova's 10th win over Ivanovic and by winning her 34th title, it meant that Sharapova had won at least one title every year for 13 consecutive years.
Also, it was just her second title in Australia so far, and for both she beat Ivanovic. There, she beat seventh-seeded Eugenie Bouchard and fellow Russian Ekaterina Makarova in straight sets to make her fourth Australian Open final, where she lost to Serena Williams in straight sets, worsening her record against her to 2— Sharapova later withdrew from her match against Caroline Garcia , citing a stomach virus.
Next, in Indian Wells , she beat Yanina Wickmayer and Victoria Azarenka in straight sets, before losing to defending champion Flavia Pennetta in the fourth round in three sets.
After receiving a bye in the first round of the Miami Open , Sharapova lost in the second round to fellow Russian Daria Gavrilova in straight sets, marking her earliest exit from the tournament since her first appearance in Miami in Sharapova began her clay season in Stuttgart where she was the three-time defending champion.
The loss also snapped a 64 match win streak on clay where Sharapova won the first set and went on to win the match. The last time Sharapova lost a match on clay after winning the first set was against Dinara Safina in the fourth round at the French Open.
As a result of the loss Sharapova lost the No. Sharapova's next clay court tournament was the Madrid Open where she was the defending champion.
She advanced to the semifinals. There, she was beaten by Svetlana Kuznetsova for the first time since Sharapova's next tournament was the Italian Open in Rome where she was seeded 3rd.
She beat Victoria Azarenka in the quarterfinals in straight sets to set up a re-match with Daria Gavrilova. After losing the first set, Sharapova managed to claim the next two sets and her third Rome title.
By winning Rome, Sharapova reclaimed the No. She then received a wildcard into Wuhan Open  and received a bye into the 2nd round.
She then won all three of her round-robin matches, and achieved 1st position in her group. Her win over Pennetta also marked the last match of the Italian's career.
She lost the match in straight sets, despite having a 5—1 lead in the second set. However, Russia eventually lost 2—3 after falling in a crucial doubles rubber.
The Russian ended the season as being the world No. She had a win-loss record of 39—9 and won 2 titles, reaching the second week in all of the Grand Slams she played.
Sharapova began her season at the Brisbane International where she was the defending champion. She would have faced Ekaterina Makarova in the 1st round, but withdrew hours before the match, citing a left forearm injury, and was replaced by Margarita Gasparyan.
She was drawn to face Nao Hibino in the first round and won in straight sets. She then won her second round match against Aliaksandra Sasnovich , also in straight sets.
Sharapova then lost her first set in the tournament as she defeated Lauren Davis in three sets. In the fourth round, she then played her first career match against Belinda Bencic and won in two tight sets over two hours of play.
Sharapova then faced Serena Williams in the quarterfinal, a repeat of the previous year's final. Although she started the match brightly, she was defeated in straight sets.
She failed to defend her finalist points from the previous year, and fell to sixth in the rankings after the tournament.
After the Australian Open, Sharapova was nominated by team captain Anastasia Myskina to play the Fed Cup , but she had a forearm injury and was only listed for the doubles match.
In the end, Russia lost 3—1 but by being nominated for the match, Sharapova successfully qualified for the Summer Olympics having played sufficient Fed Cup matches to meet the criteria.
Citing the left forearm injury sustained at the start of the year, Sharapova withdrew from the Qatar Open ,  and a week before the BNP Paribas Open , she withdrew from that for the same reason.
Following a failed drug test from the Australian Open , in which she tested positive for meldonium , a substance that had been banned, effective January 1, by the World Anti-Doping Agency WADA , Sharapova was provisionally suspended from competitive tennis with effect from March Sharapova returned to the WTA tour in April She played her first match of her comeback on April 26 at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix , a tournament that she had previously won on three occasions.
Her first round opponent was Italian Roberta Vinci , who she went on to defeat in straight sets to advance to the second round, making it her first victory since her return.
In the quarterfinals, she defeated qualifier Anett Kontaveit in straight sets, before losing to Kristina Mladenovic in the semifinals.
Sharapova played a second round encounter with Eugenie Bouchard which after three sets Sharapova lost. At one set apiece, Sharapova needed a medical timeout for her thigh, which ultimately forced her to retire in the third set.
Sharapova then received a wildcard to play Birmingham Classic. However, the same thigh injury at the Italian Open forced her to withdraw from the entire grass season, including the Wimbledon qualifying rounds.
Sharapova was given another wildcard at the Stanford Classic , her first hard court tournament since the Australian Open.
Her first round opponent was Jennifer Brady , whom she defeated in three sets. The win also pushed Sharapova back inside the top Sharapova withdrew from the next round with a left arm injury.
She was set to make a return at the Canadian Open , where she had received a wildcard, but ultimately withdraw due to a left arm injury. She was set to play the Cincinnati Open as a wildcard but pulled out to be fully fit for the US Open , which had also granted Sharapova a wildcard entry.
She opened the US Open against world No. In the third round, she played the American wildcard Sofia Kenin , an year-old who was making her first main draw appearance in a major.
Sharapova defeated the teenager in tight straight sets to advance to the second week of the US Open. She was defeated by 16th seed Anastasija Sevastova from Latvia in the fourth round.
Sharapova received and accepted wildcards to enter the China Open and Tianjin Open , both held in China. In her opening match at the China Open, Sharapova once again faced Sevastova, this time prevailing in a three-hour, three-set match.
In the second round, Sharapova defeated Ekaterina Makarova, seeing her move back into the top for the first time since before her suspension.
In the third round, Sharapova lost to Simona Halep in straight sets, marking her first loss to the Romanian after seven consecutive victories.
Sharapova then remained in China for the Tianjin Open, which was her first appearance at the tournament. Sharapova went on to win the tournament, marking her first WTA title since , without dropping a set, including coming back from 1—4 down in the first set and 1—5 down in the second set against year-old Aryna Sabalenka in the final.
The result saw her eventually climb the rankings into the top 60, and she later received another wildcard to enter the Kremlin Cup. Sharapova began her season at the Shenzhen Open.
Sharapova pulled out of the Dubai Tennis Championships due to citing a forearm strain. Sharapova was set to play the Miami Open but withdrew due to a forearm injury.
Sharapova started her clay court season at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. Sharapova faced sixth seed Caroline Garcia in the opening round but lost in three tight sets.
This was her fourth consecutive loss, marking her fall out of the top Sharapova began her Italian Open campaign with a three set win over 16th seed Ashleigh Barty.
From a set down, she went on to defeat world No. Despite taking the opening set in the semifinals, Sharapova's run in Rome ended with a three set loss to world No.
Despite the loss, her performance improved her ranking inside the top 30 and being seeded for the first time since her suspension at the Australian Open.
In the third round, she defeated world No. In the fourth round, Sharapova was set to play Serena Williams , but Williams withdrew due to injury, giving Sharapova a walkover into her first Grand Slam quarterfinal since the Australian Open.
Sharapova's run ended with a straight sets loss to world No. Sharapova was set to play the Birmingham Classic but withdrew to fully recover ahead of Wimbledon.
Sharapova played two exhibition matches, losing her debut to Greece's Maria Sakkari but defeating Natalia Vikhlyantseva.
Sharapova exited Wimbledon with a three set lost to Vitalia Diatchenko despite being up a set and serving for the match. This marked her worst Grand Slam result since the Australian Open and her first ever opening round loss at Wimbledon.
Sharapova was set to play at the Silicon Valley Classic but withdrew due to a change in her schedule. Sharapova fell in the third round with a straight sets loss to World No.
I think Serena hated me for being the skinny kid who beat her, against all odds, at Wimbledon. But the most fascinating part of the book might not be the gossip and speculation about Williams that Sharapova indulges in, but rather what it reveals about how Sharapova views and presents herself as an underdog and a victim.
When you compare what Sharapova says to reality, it seems clear that being pitted against Williams has helped her benefit from their feud, in the form of lucrative endorsement deals, magazine spreads, and preferential treatment at professional tournaments.
From to , when Sharapova was just coming onto the scene, that player was Serena Williams. When any player displays the kind of dominance that Williams did, they tend to evolve the overall narrative of tennis.
Sharapova was seeded 13th, and it seemed like she was still a couple of years away from a breakthrough win. But she made her way through the draw, notching a comeback win in the semifinals after being a set down against American Lindsay Davenport, who was seeded fifth.
Williams, who had beaten Sharapova at a tournament in Miami earlier that year, was playing Wimbledon while recovering from injury.
Sharapova ultimately faced Williams in the championship, which saw Sharapova in the zone and Williams looking a little rusty after some time off; Sharapova came away with a dominating win and a boatload of expectations.
From that tournament on, the hype surrounding Sharapova was that she was one of the few players who could beat Williams and challenge her greatness.
The next great tennis rivalry had arrived — or so many people thought. Maria Sharapova is an entertaining tennis player — but more so off the court than on.
Though her match style is loud and one-dimensional, she knows how to play up the saltiness and drama that accompany the sport.
When asked about this comment in the press conference, Sharapova had a response that would make a drag queen shed a tear of joy.
In , after she won Wimbledon against her sister Venus, Serena Williams was asked if she saw herself as the No. I think Dinara [Safina] did a great job to get to No.
Williams and the press room at Wimbledon erupted in a cackle. The salt and sass of Williams and Sharapova would meet prior to Wimbledon in , though not on the tennis court.
I do make mistakes — like every human does — but the last relationship just was too much of a heartbreak for me.
It was hard. Relations between the women became worse when Sharapova hit back at the comments about her new man — making public a romance which Williams had quietly started with Mouratoglou, Serena Williams has earned more money from the sport than any other — except one.
She recently added a deal with watchmakers Audemars Piguet, and is being used by Pepsi, the parent company of her sponsors Gatorade, in a new campaign.
She is also a strong negotiator. Add that to her model looks and she is able to use her media-friendly exterior to further her commercial agenda.
There are not that many female stars in world sport who can come close to her. Consummate athletes both may be, but each is prey to peculiar superstitions.
Sharapova hates standing on court lines, and will hop over them between points. She also has a serving routine which involves brushing her hair from her face and then bouncing the ball twice, slowly.
Serena Williams always ties her shoelaces in the same way, uses the same shower at Wimbledon before each match, and bounces the ball five times before her first serve and twice before the second.
It is also said that she will wear the same pair of socks throughout a winning run. Both come from humble backgrounds.
Sharapova hails from a remote oil town in Siberia; Williams from an Los Angeles ghetto. They also have fathers who were omnipresent in their early years, exercising enormous control.
Maria was raised in Siberia, from where the family moved following the Chernobyl disaster. She started to play tennis aged four, hitting balls for hours despite the cold and snow.
At six, she was talent-spotted by Martina Navratilova at a tennis day in Moscow and later enrolled in a tennis academy in Florida. Dad Yuri went with her, picking her coaches and guiding her career.
Dad Yuri went with her, picking her coaches and guiding her career while she thanks her mother Yelena pictured for helping to teach her vital skills like discipline and strength.
Richard decided when they were toddlers that she and older sister Venus would be tennis stars. They were home-schooled and later moved to Palm Beach so they could attend the tennis academy there.
The Queen will be now returning back to the court at the Australian Open Fans hope that the upcoming season will be a great one for her and expect her to lift her 24th Grand Slam title in Melbourne.
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