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I felt so relaxed that I didn't even warm up properly. In the end I won my game against Serena 6-1 but by the time we were at the net shaking hands, Venus was on court, ready to have a go against me as well. However, if you've been playing on the men's tour there are certain shots you can play that are going to put them in difficulty.
“I did fail the test and I take full responsibility for it,” said Sharapova, a five-time Grand Slam winner said to be worth some $125 million.It was a devastating blow, especially considering that Sharapova, 28, said she had been taking the drug for 10 years for a magnesium deficiency but neglected to notice it had been added to the banned list this year.And Dick Pound, former president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, said that there had been a “fairly high prevalence of [meldonium] use in tennis.” But if there was any sympathy from Sharapova’s fellow pros, it wasn’t to be found in print.Today, Sharon holds four world championships, dating back to 2003, when he entered his first professional tournament, and is considered a celebrity in Israel.(He’s been asked for his autograph in the United States as well, but that was a case of mistaken identity.His “fans” thought he was singer Harry Belafonte; Sharon signed anyway.) But things didn’t always look like they would end up this way. I told him I didn’t, and he took a shoe box and punched a hole in it, got a club and a ball and showed me how to golf right there,” Sharon recalled as he sat on the balcony of his Beverly Hilton Hotel room during a recent visit to Los Angeles.
Sharon sustained more injuries fighting in the 1973 Yom Kippur War and was completely blind by the time he turned 28. “Later, at home, I started practicing by placing an empty cup on the floor and a radio next to it, so I’d know which direction to hit the ball, and I got the hang of it.” Still, he almost gave up golf altogether before he met Shimshon Levy, who became his loyal caddie and close friend. We spend 16 hours a day together, 10 of them on the golf field,” Sharon said.
In May 2014, when golfer Rory Mc Ilroy dumped his tennis-pro fiancée Caroline Wozniacki over the phone, mere days after wedding invitations went out, Wozniacki’s most enthusiastic supporter was also an opponent.
Serena Williams became her private and public cheerleader, even telling Vogue: “Let’s just put an end to this myth that women players cannot be friends. ” So it was awfully telling a couple weeks ago when almost no one in tennis came to Maria Sharapova’s defense in her time of need.
In this photo Wozniacki and Mc Ilroy chat during the third round at Dubai Golf World Championship in November 2012. The Golf Writers named Mc Ilroy the Player of the Year in 2012.
Here they make an appearance at the Golf Writers Dinner before the 2013 Masters.
Wozniacki sniffed, “As athletes, we always make sure there’s nothing in it that could put us in a bad situation.” Petra Kvitová seconded that opinion, telling the Desert Sun newspaper, “We should all know what we are putting into our body.” Said Victoria Azarenka, “A lot of players are upset and disappointed.” Sharapova’s longtime rival, Williams, gave the closest thing to a pat on the back, saying, “[It] showed a lot of courage to admit to what she had done and what she had neglected to look at.” But perhaps the most damning commentary came from the woman long known as tennis’ sweetheart — 18-time Grand Slam champ and ESPN analyst Chris Evert.