“If Not For Yourself, Please Do It For Others”- Maria Sharapova’s Message For Her Fans

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Russian Tennis Sensation Maria Sharapova showed herself performing different activities in quarantine. The former world number one showcased snapshots of herself working out, playing tennis, relaxing on a boat in California as well as wearing a mask.

The five-time Grand Slam winner is a huge fan of Tracy Anderson, a famous body fitness trainer in the United States. Recently, Maria took a workout from Tracy. Moreover, she snapped herself with her head on the floor with one of the legs in the air.

Maria Sharapova

Sugarpova added, “Not quite sure what I was doing here but it was some ridiculous move from Tracy’s class.” Besides, she also said, “I know this looks fun. It is not. It’s 10lbs. It is hard work and worth it.”

“No One Sweeps The Court For You In Retirement”- Maria Sharapova

While Speaking of her game, the 33-year-old said, “no-one sweeps the court for you in retirement.” Additionally, she is happy and satisfied to come back to court. Further, the Russian is very jolly to be back in the sport which has given everything to her. Although, Sharapova is a player with a glorious career to her name.

Besides, Maria Sharapova also showed herself enjoying the sun, driving a car, and going on trips. On this, Russian said, “Never have I taken this many road trips or taken this many hikes.”

Maria Sharapova

Adding to the list, the former tennis player also spent her time gardening. Although Sharapova attempts ruined by the crows. It has forced Sharapova to protect her tomatoes with stapled bags. She added, “I got a net. I am not messing around.”

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In the end, Maria Sharapova wears a black color mask to protect herself and neighbors from the Coronavirus. Also, She gave a message to all of her followers to wear a mask. “Please put on a mask, even if you look like Darth Vader.” Eventually, Maria has sent a request to her fans to wear a mask, “If not for yourself, please do it for others.”


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