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PLAYERS: Maria Sharapova

Tennis star Maria Sharapova, 25, blushed and giggled her way through questions about whether she’s dating 21-year-old tennis pro Grigor Dimitrov. ESPN’s Chris Fowler and Chris Evert put Sharapova on the spot during a live broadcast of the Australian Open. Sharapova, ranked No. 2 in the world, was caught off guard when she was asked about her rumored boyfriend, Dimitrov. He’s ranked No. 41 in the world but lost his first-round match.

 

 

 

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