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Maria Sharapova and her 19-year career

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The five-time Grand Slam champion made the announcement on Wednesday, in an essay on the Vanity Fair and Vogue websites. "I'm saying goodbye": Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at age 32

Maria Sharapova is a former pro tennis player who became the first Russian woman to win Wimbledon and earned a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics.

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Born in Russia, Maria Sharapova moved to the United States at an early age and began training at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy.

2003 and 2004 – a turning point

After turning professional as a teen, she burst into the spotlight by winning the 2004 Wimbledon women's singles title.


Maria Sharapova became the first Russian woman to ascend to the sport's top ranking in 2005, and the following year she claimed her second Grand Slam title with a win at the U.S. Open.

Maria Sharapova became the 10th woman to earn a career Grand Slam with her French Open win in 2012, and she claimed her second French crown and fifth overall Grand Slam title in 2014.

In 2015, she advanced to the Australian Open final and the semifinals of the U.S. Open, before finishing the year ranked No. 4.

2016 - Drug Controversy and Suspension

In March 2016, Maria Sharapova announced that she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open in January.

On June 8, 2016, an independent tribunal appointed by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) suspended Maria Sharapova from playing for two years because of the failed drug test. n October 2016, after Maria Sharapova appealed her two-year suspension, the Court of Arbitration for Sport announced that her punishment would be reduced to 15 months, allowing her to return to international competition in April 2017

Return and Retirement

At the conclusion of her suspension, Maria Sharapova returned to action at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix on April 26, 2017. She won her first WTA title in two years at the Tianjin Open in October, and battled her way back into the sport's Top 30 in 2018, her quarterfinal showing at the French Open among the year's highlights. But the erstwhile champion struggled to remain competitive after advancing to the fourth round of the 2019 Australian Open, her performance hindered by nagging physical problems. On February 26, 2020, one month after her first-round loss at the Australian Open, Maria Sharapova announced her retirement in a Vanity Fair essay.

2020 Maria Sharapova announced her retirement from tennis at the age of 32 on Wednesday.

Estimated net worth

Maria Sharapova is estimated to be worth a cool $195 million according to

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