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Miami
Photos: 20
Year: 2013
Indian Wells
Photos: 24
Year: 2013
Photoshoot
Photos: 12
Year: 2012
Wimbledon
Photos: 7
Year: 2004
Shugarpova Sweets
Photos: 6
Year: 2012
Maria with fans
Photos: 10
Year: 2012
WTT Newport Beach Breakers
Photos: 6
Year: 2005
Pre-Wimbledon Player Party
Photos: 17
Year: 2008
Maria with Camilla Belle
Photos: 11
Year: 2008
Wimbledon
Photos: 11
Year: 2008
Vogue Sport
Photos: 7
Year: 2007
US Open
Photos: 20
Year: 2007
TAG Heuer
Photos: 22
Year: 2008
TAG Heuer promotion, Hong Kong
Photos: 5
Year: 2007
Sony-Ericsson
Photos: 6
Year: 2008
Sony-Ericsson Wallpaper
Photos: 7
Year: 2008
Sony Ericsson Kickoff Party
Photos: 12
Year: 2008
Sony Ericsson Championship Party
Photos: 10
Year: 2007
Sony Ericcson Accessories Range
Photos: 6
Year: 2008
Signing autograph - Ericsson Open
Photos: 4
Year: 2008
Russian Federation Cup Team
Photos: 21
Year: 2008
Press Conference Sony Ericsson Open
Photos: 7
Year: 2008
Pacific Life Open Tennis Tournament
Photos: 13
Year: 2008
Offcourt At The Australian Open
Photos: 20
Year: 2008
Nike Apparel Photoshoot
Photos: 41
Year: 2006
Maria Sharapova PhotoShoot
Photos: 24
Year: 2007
Final Australian Open
Photos: 13
Year: 2008
Richard Schroeder Shoot
Photos: 21
Year: 2007
Land Rover 60th Anniversary Party
Photos: 69
Year: 2007
Land Rover
Photos: 6
Year: 2007
Lakers vs.Warriors (Staples Center)
Photos: 10
Year: 2008
Italian Open Press Conference
Photos: 14
Year: 2008
IMG Tennis Players Party
Photos: 4
Year: 2008
Fullerton Hotel, Singapore
Photos: 17
Year: 2008
Elise Amendola+TAG Heuer
Photos: 11
Year: 2007
Doha
Photos: 3
Year: 2008
Celebrity Tennis Tournament
Photos: 34
Year: 2007
Australian Open Tennis Party
Photos: 14
Year: 2008
Australian Open Press Conference
Photos: 12
Year: 2008
Australian Open - Day 9
Photos: 61
Year: 2008
Australian Open - Day 7
Photos: 22
Year: 2008
Arrives to Letterman Show
Photos: 8
Year: 2008
TAG Heuer Promo Shoot
Photos: 16
Year: 2008
Australian Open Press Conference
Photos: 14
Year: 2008
Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Photos: 16
Year: 2007
BC Premiere in Los Angeles
Photos: 57
Year: 2008
Various
Photos: 28
Year: 2005-2008
HQCity
Photos: 6
Year: 2007
Biography
Maria Sharapova born April 19, 1987) is a Russian professional tennis player. As of February 25, 2013 she is ranked world no. 3.
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Gary Woodland's journey through heartbreak to U.S. Open champion

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India, Pakistan produce electric atmosphere in Manchester

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Power Rankings: NL rivals ready to challenge Dodgers for No. 1

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U.S. Open fallout: Woodland's big win, Koepka's close call and Tiger's weird week

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Who is Gary Woodland? What you need to know about the new U.S. Open champion

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Michigan has an unusual secret to success: Kenny Chesney

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How will Zion's game translate to the NBA? Deandre Ayton's rookie season offers clues

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Look out, world: The Yankees' big guns are ready to swing into action

Giancarlo Stanton, Edwin Encarnacion and soon Aaron Judge. The Bronx Bombers figure to be living up to their name with a frighteningly powerful lineup.

New lineup, similar result as USWNT dominates Chile, makes knockout round

Coach Jill Ellis inserted Carli Lloyd into the starting lineup, and the veteran responded with two goals in the USWNT's 3-0 win over Chile.

NHL's Jack Hughes, MLB's Bobby Witt Jr., top young athletes write letters to future selves

Sports' biggest up-and-comers ponder their careers with, well, themselves -- the eminently accomplished retired versions of themselves, that is.

Lionel Messi is throwing Argentina off balance

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Isaiah Austin is willing to risk his life for basketball

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NBA Power Rankings, way-too-early edition

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Transfer hotlist: Five players every club wants

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Inside the short, unhappy life of the Alliance of American Football

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Can XFL 2.0 succeed where the AAF couldn't? Why it already has a jump start

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How the Blues hit reset, then beat the game

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Forty years on from Arnoux v Villeneuve: How times have changed

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