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Maria Sharapova

Olympic medal record
Women's tennis
Competitor for Russia
Silver 2012 London Singles

Maria Yuryevna Sharapova (Russian: Мария Юрьевна Шарапова ; born April 19, 1987) is a Russian professional tennis player. As of November 26, 2012 she is ranked World No. 2. A United States resident since 1994, Sharapova has won 27 WTA singles titles, including four Grand Slam singles titles. She has also won the year-end WTA Tour Championships in 2004. The Women's Tennis Association has ranked Sharapova World No. 1 in singles on five separate occasions, for a total of 21 weeks. She became the World No. 1 for the first time on August 22, 2005, and regained the ranking for the fifth time on June 11, 2012. She has been in seven Grand Slam finals with a record of 4–3.

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Andrea Petkovic - Career - 2011
... seed Venus Williams, who retired after just one game, and number 14 seed Maria Sharapova ... In the semifinals she lost to Maria Sharapova ... defeating Anna-Lena Grönefeld, Zhang Shuai, Maria Kirilenko and Daniela Hantuchová ...
US Open Series - Past Standings and Their Performance On The US Open
... Maria Sharapova 122 W 3 ... Maria Sharapova 122 3R 2 ... Maria Sharapova 130 3R 2012 1 ...
WTA Premier Tournaments - Results - 2012
... Winner Runner-up Score Year-End Championship Championships Serena Williams Maria Sharapova 6–4, 6–3 Premier Mandatory Indian Wells Victoria Azarenka Maria Sharapova 6–2, 6–3 Miami Agnieszka Radwańska Maria ...
Angelique Kerber - Career - 2012: Breakthrough and Becoming A Top 5 Player
... In third round, she faced fourth seed Maria Sharapova and lost 1–6, 2–6 ... She then played the number one seed Maria Sharapova in the quarterfinal, beating her in straight sets ... seeded sixth and made it to the quarterfinals but was forced to retire against Maria Sharapova due to a foot injury ...

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