Live Stream all Maria Sharapova’s matches during Australian Open 2016

Maria Sharapova is one of the top tennis players in the world, she was born on April 19, 1987 in Nyagan, Russia. She turned professional at the age of 14 however she started playing from the age of four. She was a very talented player and was noticed straight away by coaches and experts in the field. She moved from Russia at the age of nine and invested herself into the world of tennis. In 2004 she won her first Grand Slam, namely Wimbledon and hence became Russia’s first woman Wimbledon champion. She had a shoulder injury which has impaired her from participating in several matches and was the reason behind many defeats, a rather long time of recovery after surgery also meant that she didn’t attempt to defend the Australian Open title she had won in 2008 against finalist Ana Ivanovic. In 2010 however she did a comeback despite her struggling with the same injury but had several losses and had to retreat from tournaments. It wasn’t until 2012 where she rose back to her previous standings. During the 2012 Summer Olympics she won silver after losing against Serena Williams, it is worth noticing this was her first appearance in the olympics. All in all, Sharapova is a very strong runner-up and ranked one of the highest players in WTA, however her shoulder injuries have held her back more than once. She is a very aggresive baseliner, very versatile between forehand and backhand and has a generally powerful playing style. Again her shoulder injuries play against her as they have hindered her from following her powerful serves throughout the matches.

Sharapova out of US Open

The year’s final Grand Slam is finally upon us! This week we will be able to watch US Open in all its glory. However the tournament has barely begun and already we learn that the Russian tennis queen Maria Sharapova will not be participating due to an leg injury. Maria Sharapova has not played since Wimbledon where she lost to Serena Williams during the semifinals. She had the following to say on her Facebook page: Unfortunately I will not be able to compete in this year’s US Open, I have done everything possible to be ready but it was just not enough time. To all my amazing fans, I will be back in the Asian swing in a few weeks and look forward to finishing the year healthy and strong. This is not the first time that Sharapova withdraws herself from US Open. In 2008 it was because of a shoulder operation that hindered her from playing for around 10 months. In 2013, it was the exact same right shoulder that prevented her from participating and now it’s her leg. US Open might have lost a major player but it doesn’t make it any less exciting. Remember you can watch US Open Live Stream and follow all the... read more

Game on! Sharapova back on the market

The hunt is back on. It was announced this weekend that the worlds biggest female sportsbrand, Maria Sharapova is single yet again as she broke up with Grigor Dimitrov after a year-long relationship. It was the 23 year old Bulgarian player that confirmed the rumors to be true. According to, Dimitrov said the following: “We experienced wonderful moments together. I wish her much happiness and success in life and in tennis.” Sharapova has been pretty quiet, however after her vacation to Montenegro, where Dimitrov didn’t come along, there hasn’t been that much doubt as to her actual commitment and the hunt for the long-legged Russian tennis player can begin once again. Much like the rest of the tennis playing elite, Maria Sharapova is on vacation at the moment, but she will be back on the courts halfway through August where she will be competing at the Rogers Cup in Canada. By the end of August, Maria Sharapova will of course be staying in New York where she will be getting ready for US Open, along with Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Petra Kvitová, Caroline Wozniacki and the rest of the top tennis... read more

Serena will participate in US Open

The top female tennis player, Serena Williams, had to withdraw herself from the WTA Championship in Båstad last week after suffering an injury. This must have been quite a disappointment for the event planners as they had made a pretty big deal out of bringing Serena Williams to Sweden. Thankfully, they still had lots of media coverage as the renowned tennis player did not hesitate to display herself on social medias. Ongoing speculations It didn’t take very long before experts and connaisseurs alike started speculating whether US Open was going to suffer the same fate as the Swedish Open, which would mean doing without “The Queen of the Court”. “As much fun as we have been having the past 8 or so weeks I have to take some time to let my elbow heal,” Serena said on her Facebook profile, ”I am confident it will be ready for the rest of the summer. I need some time to recover and rehab it, but as of now I am being forced to take the next week... read more

Wimbledon starts June 22

The glass roof is polished and the freshly cut grass is awaiting the players at Wimbledon. From Monday 22nd of June the first ball will be served and many of the tennis players below the top-100 can finaly get a shot at the big championship. The qualifying round will run until Thursday 25th of June and only then will the draw be made for the actual championship that will be held from Monday 29th of June until the 12th of July. We’re of course cheering for Andy Murray. Otherwise the favourites remain the same Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. For the women’s championship the favourites are Serena Williams, of course, but also Maria Sharapova and Petra... read more

Wimbledon champ is out

There wasn’t much love for the women champions at French Open 2015. The defending French Open champion, Maria Sharapova, got defeated and then the 2014 wimbledon champ also went “au revoir”. Petra Kvitova was, surprisingly, defeated by Timea Bacsinszky from Switzerland who is barely seeded as number 23. But she went all out and won 2-6, 6-0, 6-3 and went for the first time into the quarter finals. There she faced Alison Van Uytvanck and defeated... read more


  • Born: 19 April 1987
  • Club: –
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 2001
  • Active: Yes
  • WTA ranking: 2