Maria Sharapova Retired, one of the last tennis superstars, announced her retirement from an activity at age 32. The Russian finished maturing the decision to move away from the courts after suffering several injuries, after returning to the circuit after the doping suspension in 2016. On her Instagram account, she thanked the world of tennis
and also published a letter on Vogue.com in which explained the reasons for his goodbye.
Maria Sharapova Retired won five Grand Slam titles
: two Roland Garros, a US Open, an Australian Open, and a Wimbledon, beginning with his consecration at All England in 2004, when he was just 17 years old. On that occasion, he beat Serena Williams, in a final of the overwhelming result: 6-1 and 6-4. Regardless of her successes on the court, she made her beauty profitable by becoming the female athlete with the highest advertising income for 11 consecutive years, according to Forbes.
“After 28 years and five Grand Slam titles, I am ready to climb another mountain on different terrain. By giving my life to tennis, tennis gave me a life. I will miss it every day,” Sharapova wrote in the publication that performed in Vogue.
Nike and Evian (maria Sharapova retired)
The image of Sharapova captivated firms such as Nike and Evian, who had it as their star and thanks to these companies pocketed about 30 million in 2015, a year before their doping scandal came to light and it would cost the cancellation of Several contracts
Maria Sharapova Retired; won 645 victories and 36 titles, a silver medal at the 2012 Olympic Games and five trophies of Grand Slams Wimbledon 2004, US Open 2006, Australia 2008 and Roland Garros 2012 and 2014.
Maria Sharapova Retired, former World No. 1 winner of the Fed Cup
and the silver medal at the London Olympics, was sanctioned for the use of meldonium, a drug developed for cardiology conditions that helps athletes recover faster. At that time, the tennis player had explained that it was a medication he had been taking for 10 years due to a deficiency of magnesium, dizziness and a family history of diabetes. Even the Russian explained that she did not know that the drug had been added to the banned substances list of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
She returned to the circuit in 2017 and reached the semifinals at the German Open, but never exhibited his former level again. His only success after the return was in China, in October of that same year. He reached the quarterfinals at Roland Garros in 2018 and then had no more important performances in the big tournaments. He played his last game at the Australian Open and fell in two sets (6-3, 6-4) against Donna Vekic.
Sharapova leaves tennis
in 373rd place in the WTA ranking. To find what will be the last victory you have to go back to the first round of Cincinnati with the American Alison Riske.