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Sharapova ends a career that was stuff of Hollywood

The Russian shot to international fame as a giggly 17-year-old Wimbledon winner in 2004, the third youngest player to conquer the All England Club’s famous grass courts

Serena handed tough draw in quest for record 24th Slam

The American, seeded 16, is gunning to match Margaret Court's record of singles majors and claim an eighth Australian Open crown

Australian Open: History beckons as Serena Williams shoots for Slam history

Williams won her 23rd title, and seventh at Melbourne Park, while eight weeks pregnant two years ago

Sharapova crashes at US Open to birthday girl Suarez Navarro

Maria Sharapova was trying to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2012

Sharapova downs Schnyder at US Open

Patty Schnyder, the oldest ever player to make the main draw of a Grand Slam via qualifying, was outgunned by ​Maria Sharapova

Serena powers into Wimbledon quarters, last top 10 seed falls

Williams races into her 13th Wimbledon quarter-final after the seven-time champion thrashed Rodina 6-2, 6-2 in a Centre Court masterclass

Former champs Sharapova, Kvitova crash out, Nadal, Djokovic through

Sharapova, playing Wimbledon for the first time in three years, gave up the match on her 11th double fault

US Open to revamp seedings for pregnancy absences — report

The WTA Tour does not have protected seedings for players who return from absences

Serena exits French Open before Sharapova showdown

The tennis star made the difficult announcement on Monday

Tennis star Sharapova banned for two years for doping

The International Tennis Federation banned the tennis champion for two years after she tested positive for banned drug meldonium earlier this year.

Sharapova sails to Aus Open semifinals as Nadal falls out

Maria Sharapova will advance to the semifinals in the Australian Open, but Rafael Nadal's hopes have been dashed by Roger Federer's conquerer.

Sharapova silences Halep in Paris

Maria Sharapova has never been taken to three sets in a showpiece match until she ran into a tireless Romanian named Simona Halep on Saturday.

Maria Sharapova supreme once more at French Open

Maria Sharapova won her second French Open title in three years on Saturday, defeating Romania's Simona Halep 6-4, 6-7 (5/7), 6-4 in a gripping final.

Sharapova out, Federer, Nadal stay the course

Maria Sharapova has crashed out of the Australian Open as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Victoria Azarenka kept their title bids intact.

Sharapova survives heat to reach Australian Open third round

Third seen Maria Sharapova has made it through a major scare to stay alive in the Australian Open, battling Italy's Karin Knapp in intense heat.

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