Maria Sharapova may be allowed to return to action in January, according to Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) president Shamil Tarpishchev.
Maria Sharapova is having major FOMO for this year’s Olympics, which she can’t compete in due to her suspension. But the Russian tennis player is trying put a good face on for her fans and using the time to pursue things that she couldn’t because of her busy schedule. Show More Summary
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Maria Sharapova flashes a bright smile as she goes out for a shopping trip on Monday (August 1) in Los Angeles. That same day, the 29-year-old Russian tennis player showed off her athletic skills by participating in a friendly competition against some friends at Hermosa Beach. Maria spent some time at the beach over the [...]
The news about Olympic tennis, which begins on Saturday, has, so far, mostly concerned those who won’t be playing. Maria Sharapova is out, barred from all tournament play for using the newly banned performance-enhancing drug meldonium. Show More Summary
The decision on Maria Sharapova's appeal has been pushed back to September.
Maria Sharapova will not compete for Russia in the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics after an international court postponed the appeal of her two-year doping ban until September. The Court of Arbitration for Sport announced Monday that Sharapova and the International Tennis Federation – the governing...
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Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova will miss next month's Rio Olympics after her appeal against an International Tennis Federation drugs ban was postponed until September.
Agrees to postponement of ruling on her doping ban from tennis, impacting her eligibility for games
Maria Sharapova will miss the Rio Olympics after her doping appeal is postponed until September by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Maria Sharapova and the International Tennis Federation (ITF) have agreed to defer the CAS decision until September 2016
EXCLUSIVE BY MIKE DICKSON: The disgraced Russian star may not have been at Wimbledon this year, but the former SW19 champion has been secretly taking a business course in London.
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.