Australia’s tennis star Daria Saville jokingly shared her thoughts about the workout routine of the former world number one Russia’s Maria Sharapova.
The 36-year-old announced her retirement from the sport in February 2020 in a rather surprising manner, just at the age of 33.
Saville, in a post on her official Instagram account, jokingly stated that she can anticipate another famous comeback as Sharapova’s workout is too intense to just feel good.
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The Nyagan-born has had an impressive career at the highest level where she won as many as 36 titles. She became the world number one in 2005 as well.
At the Grand Slam level, Sharapova ended up lifting the title five times but interestingly, she has won all major tournaments in her career.
Her most successful competition was the French Open where she lifted the title two times.
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Sharapova’s first victory in a major tournament came in 2004 at Wimbledon where she defeated the former world number one America’s Serena Williams in the final with a score of 6-1, 6-4.
Her last victory in a big tournament came back in 2014 at Roland Garros where she defeated Romania’s Simona Halep in the final with a score of 6–4, 6–7(5–7), 6–4.