Next time I have to not think about I’m playing Serena and concentrate on winning. Anything more to worry about? Top-ranked Novak Djokovic needed just 71 minutes to win his first-round match at the U.S. Open. “He is doing much better now”, she said. Given that Williams has routinely despatched Sharapova in all 17 of
Recently, a controversy involved in the disparity in endorsement pay between Serena Williams ($13 million) and Maria Sharapova ($23 (...)
Maria Sharapova will not suit up to play in this year’s U.S. Open due to a leg injury but that doesn’t mean she won’t be involved in the tournament in some way. Instead, Maria Sharapova will take the opportunity to market the brands she’s affiliated with, the foremost of which being American Express. Show More Summary
When Maria Sharapova pulled out of the U.S. Open with a leg injury on Sunday night, we counterintuitively suggested it wasn’t the best (...)
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World No 3 Maria Sharapova has pulled out of the US Open on the eve of the tournament due to a leg injury. It's the second time in three years the 2006 winner will miss the year's last Grand Slam.
Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the U.S. Open due to a right leg injury. The 28-year-old Russian tennis star made the announcement on her Facebook page on Sunday evening. Sharapova was scheduled to play Monday, Aug. 31. This is the second time in three years that Sharapova has dropped out of the annual hardcourt event... Show More Summary
The U.S. Open may be all about Serena Williams’s quest to sweep all four of this year’s Grand Slam events, but it lost some major star power when Maria Sharapova dropped out Sunday, citing a lingering leg injury. The third seed in the tournament, which is scheduled to begin Monday, Sharapova hasn’t played a competitive match […]
The 2006 Open champion has not played a match since her semifinal loss at Wimbledon in July because of a leg injury.
Maria Sharapova pulled out of the U.S. Open for the second time in three years Sunday, withdrawing on the eve of the tournament because of a lingering right leg injury. The U.S. Tennis Association announced the withdrawal via a press...Show More Summary
Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the US Open.
Maria Sharapova announced Sunday afternoon that she had withdrawn from the U.S. Open with a right leg injury.
For the second time in three years, Maria Sharapova will be unable to play in the U.S. Open. According to WTA Insider, the 2006 champion remains limited by a leg injury that has dogged her for the past month. "Unfortunately I will not be able to compete in this year's U.S. Show More Summary
You’d think this would make Serena’s path to a title harder but you’d be wrong.
Maria Sharapova, the No. 3 player in the world and 2006 US Open champion, has pulled out of the event on the eve of the tournament because of a leg injury. The 28-year-old Russian has not played since Wimbledon following a knee injury and posted on Facebook: “Unfortunately I will not be able to compete […]
Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the U.S. Open with an injury. Women's No. 3 seed Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the U.S. Open with a right leg injury. Sharapova made the announcement on her Facebook profile, saying she did not...Show More Summary
NBA sharpshooter Sasha Vujacic is pulling a Taylor Swift... saying that him and his tennis superstar ex-fiancee Maria Sharapova are never, ever, ever getting back together. Vujacic -- who just recently signed with…
Fancy a tennis match with Maria Sharapova? American Express has just unveiled its “You vs. Sharapova” virtual reality game at this year’s U.S. Open. Question is this: do you think you could return a 100-mile-per-hour serve from one of the greatest tennis players in the world?
Maria Sharapova is ready to get back on the court. The tennis star missed both the Rogers Cup and the Western & Southern Open -- the latter considered the last hardcourt preparation before next week's U.S. Open in New York. But before...Show More Summary
Serena may have whooped Maria Sharapova's behind in 18 of their last 20 matches, but somehow, Sharapova is worth $5 million more.