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Maria Sharapova has made her Twitter debut at the Australian Open, and she's tweeting on the trend of this year's tournament.
''Everyone got dressed in the same closet, wearing yellow on court at the aus open,'' she tweeted Tuesday. It was only her second posting, and she already has more than 55,000 followers at @MariaSharapova as of 2:30 p.m. ET Tuesday...
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(January 16, 2013) Maria Sharapova has now won 24 straight games at the Australian Open. The Russian served up another double-bagel 6-0, 6-0, this time to Misaki Doi in 47 minutes, yielding a mere 15 points to the Japanese playe in second round play on Wednesday in Melbourne. Sharapova also won her first round encounter against Russian countrywoman Olga Puchkova by the same score...
Maria Sharapova dominated on day one of the Australian Open yesterday, with a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Olga something or other. And today, even bigger news for the Thigh Goddess: SHE STARTED A TWITTER ACCOUNT!
Your ultimate sugarmama has arrived #myfirsttweet twitter.com/MariaSharapova…
— Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) January 14, 2013
You'd better give Maria...
Sharapova shone under the Rod Laver light as she defeated a fellow major champion.
The most anticipated match of the first week in the women’s draw, the collision between Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams turned into a proclamation of the former’s brilliance rather than the suspenseful epic for which many had hoped. Superior in every area to the seven-time major champion,...
James Crabtree is currently in Melbourne Park covering the Australian Open for Tennis Grandstand and is giving you all the scoop directly from the grounds.
Maria Sharapova signing autographs for fans after her win
By James Crabtree
MELBOURNE — The day started well, I got an email from a very noble Nigerian who alerted me to the fact I had inherited $2 million U.S. dollars. So sweet...
Maria Sharapova defeated Venus Williams 6-1, 6-3 in a lopsided match-up between Grand Slam champions on Friday night to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open.
Sharapova and Williams have 11 majors combined - four for the Russian, and seven for Williams.
The 32-year-old Williams broke Sharapova as the Russian was serving for the victory at 6-1, 5-1 to keep the match alive...
(January 16, 2013) A look at some the questions and answers from day three of the 2013 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne.
Q. You obviously have a pretty big candy business now, but you’re also making a lot of bagels.
MARIA SHARAPOVA: I didn’t offer candy today (laughter). Trying to make a good question?
I was just really trying to be focused...
On a day when conversation was, inevitably, dominated by the sins of cyclist Lance Armstrong, Sam Querrey's decisive, if honorable, defeat at the hands of Stan Wawrinka by 7-6(8), 7-5, 6-4 meant that there were no American men left in the Australian Open draw after round three.
But at least Venus Williams' 6-1, 6-3 loss to Maria Sharapova did not have such dire consequences...
(January 18, 2013) The eagerly anticipated match-up did not live up to its billing on Friday as No. 2 Maria Sharapova demolished No. 25 seed Venus Williams 6-1, 6-3 on Friday night to gain the fourth round of the Australian Open.
Sharapova was quick out of the gate running up the score to 4-0 before Williams got on the board to stop Sharapova’s consecutive game streak in Melbourne...
By Jaclyn Stacey
(January 16, 2013) MELBOURNE PARK, Australia - Venus Williams comfortably defeated France’s Alize Cornet in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 to advance to a third round meeting with Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open third round on Friday.
The young Frenchwoman broke Williams at the beginning of the match to lead 2-0 but she could not match the power and experience...
By Lauren Smyczek
Now that the Australian Open is in full force, it’s time to step back from the scorelines and enjoy the players’ on court fashions a bit, shall we?
Though tennis players are typically far more concerned with their job to win matches than with their outfits, the same won’t deny that it’s important to feel comfortable on court. Some of the top players even...