Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova retires from tennis


Former tennis champion Maria Sharapova is retiring from the game of tennis at age 32.
Maria Sharapova burst onto the scene as a 17yrs old kid in 2004 and went on to win her first Grand Slam at Wimbledon. she has since gone on to win Five major Grand Slam titles.

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In an article written for Vogue and Vanity Fair, Sharapova said her body “had become a distraction” after a struggle with shoulder injuries.

“Tennis—I’m saying goodbye,” Sharapova wrote.

“Looking back now, I realize that tennis has been my mountain. My path has been filled with valleys and detours, but the views from its peak were incredible. After 28 years and five Grand Slam titles, though, I’m ready to scale another mountain—to compete on a different type of terrain,” Sharapova wrote.

“Tennis showed me the world—and it showed me what I was made of. It’s how I tested myself and how I measured my growth. And so in whatever I might choose for my next chapter, my next mountain, I’ll still be pushing. I’ll still be climbing. I’ll still be growing,” she concluded.

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