Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby currently is enjoying some well-deserved R&R while on a tour of Europe.
Maria Sharapova obviously is a worldwide superstar and global tennis icon, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that she lands on magazine covers in countries far and wide.
As hard as it may be to believe, it appears that being a world-class tennis superstar doesn’t necessarily mean flying in the lap of luxury in first class.
Maria Sharapova was surprisingly knocked out in the third round of the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open on Wednesday, losing in straight sets to Swiss qualifier Timea Bacsinszky, 7-6, 7-5.
Maria Sharapova, at 6-foot-2, is a real-life representation of the prototypical Amazon woman. Floyd Mayweather Jr., meanwhile, while not incredibly short, stands at 5-foot-8.
Before moving to the United States to pursue her burgeoning tennis career at the age of seven, Maria Sharapova spent her early years in what was back then the Soviet Union.
If you haven’t been paying attention — and shame on you if you haven’t — Maria Sharapova launched her own YouTube channel a few weeks ago.
Maria Sharapova pulled out at the last minute and is not competing in the U.S.
The USTA announced on Wednesday that Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the U.S. Open.
When all the hullabaloo began earlier this week regarding reports that Maria Sharapova was considering temporarily changing her last name to “Sugarpova,” the name of her boutique candy li
The agent for Maria Sharapova has told ESPN’s Darren Rovell that after brief consideration, the tennis superstar will not pursue a request to change her last name to “Sugarpova.
In one of the more absurd self-promotional gimmicks this side of Chad Ochocinco, Maria Sharapova is petitioning the State of Florida’s Supreme Court to ask that she be allowed to change her las
Maria Sharapova, currently ranked as the third-best women’s tennis player on the planet by the WTA, snagged the cover of the upcoming Sept. 2013 issue of Shape magazine.
Maria Sharapova may have made an unceremoniously early exit from this year’s Wimbledon on Wednesday, losing in the second round to Michelle Larcher De Brito, the 131st-ranked player in the worl
At some point during the French Open semifinal match between Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka at Roland Garros, Miss Sharapova hit an impressive and powerful backhand return against her opponent