Data map: On May 14, 2017, Rome, Italy Telecom Cup 2017, Sharapova shot photos in the castle to build momentum for the new schedule.
China News Agency Client, February 26th. According to the Russian satellite network, Russian tennis star Sharapova announced his retirement, ending his nearly 20-year career.
Russian professional tennis player Sharapova was born in 1987 and has won five Grand Slams. Among them, she won her first career Grand Slam title at Wimbledon in 2004. She won the US Open in 2006 and Australia in 2008. The French Open champion won two French Open titles in 2012 and 2014, achieving the Grand Slam.
After winning the French Open in 2014, Shava's status began to decline, and since then, she has gradually lost her competitiveness in the four majors.
In 2016, Sharapova was faced with a ban on competition. In March of that year, she held a press conference to announce that she had been suspended by the International Federation for two years because of "misconducting" mitrazine. Announced that Sharapova's punishment order was reduced from 24 months to 15 months, and the ban was lifted on April 26, 2017.
Data map: Sharapova was suspended by the International Federation.
With the increase of age, the torture of injuries and the suspension of the suspension, Sharapova's condition has become worse. Since coming back, Sharapova has only won the Tianjin Open in October 2017. Since then, she has come back and forth in stagnation, injury, competition and retirement.
Throughout 2019, she withdrew from a number of important events, including the French Open, due to "continuous injuries to her right shoulder", playing only 15 games in the year, with a record of 8 wins and 7 losses.
In the just-concluded Australian Open, facing the No. 19 seed of the tournament and the Croatian star Vicki, Shava quickly lost the match 3: 6/4: 6 and was eliminated in the first round.
This is already the third consecutive Grand Slam tournament of Shava to have a "round trip". After the match, she said helplessly that she did not know what went wrong. But in fact, she is no longer at its peak with five Grand Slam trophies, and her ranking has even dropped to 300 places.
For the past ten years, Sharapova has been one of the most dazzling stars in women's tennis. In addition to her achievements in the Grand Slam, she also won a large number of fans with her super high value and her cool temperament. At the peak of Sharapova's time, she ranked first in the world's female athletes' income list for 11 consecutive years.
After Sharapova announced her retirement, netizens also sent her blessings: