MARTHA KELNER: Maria Sharapova's absence from this summer's Wimbledon as a result of her two-year doping ban hasn’t exactly been keenly felt by her fellow pros.
Maria Sharapova is headed to Harvard Business School for a two-week program this summer. Her agent Max Eisenbud said Monday that the program involves two classes on campus.
Maria Sharapova is using her time off with classes at Harvard Business School.
Maria Sharapova’s tweet says it best: “Not sure how this happened but Hey Harvard! Can’t wait to start the program! ????????” Not sure how this happened but Hey Harvard! Can't wait to start the program! ???????? pic.twitter.com/EOoKYhaQli — Maria...Show More Summary
Another tragedy befalls a promising young athlete.
Maria Sharapova is putting her time away from tennis to good use, and will shortly begin studying at Harvard Business School.
Maria Sharapova wears a chic sundress as she grabs lunch at Il Pastaio on Tuesday (June 21) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Earlier that week, the 29-year-old tennis pro stepped out for ice cream with her coach Sven Groeneveld and a friend. Maria filed an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport seeking to overturn [...]
President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Craig Reedie must apologize before Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova after comments on her earnings, Sharapova's lawyer said Monday.
Maria Sharapova's suspension could be reduced to one year from the initial two, a source told R-SPort.
Maria Sharapova hopes to have her 2-year ban thrown out by July 18.
Sharapova has appealed her two-year doping ban to the highest court in sports, seeking a ruling ahead of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said Tuesday it will make a decision on appeal by Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova in a doping-related case not later than July 18.
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has appealed her two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) over doping use, media reported Tuesday.
Sharapova situation shows that scandal can be costly but doesn't have to cost everything.
Maria Sharapova has been banned from international tennis of two years which is a good thing, if you ask me. Because the Russian athlete has been making a mockery of the campaign to clean up sport with the admission that she has been taking a performance enhancing drug (Meldonium) for many years. Show More Summary
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Roger Federer backs the ITF's 2-year ban on Maria Sharapova.
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Maria Sharapova may be stripped of her Wimbledon membership in the wake of her two-year drugs ban. The Russian five-times Grand Slam winner will not be able to play again until January 2017, after she tested positive for the prohibited...Show More Summary
The gov held at love. Chris Christie served up some awkward tennis game during a Thursday morning guest appearance on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show. A conversation about Maria Sharapova (who was banned from the sport for two years for...Show More Summary