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Born in Russia in 1987, Maria Sharapova moved to the U. at an early age and began training at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy.
Maria Sharapova claimed her first WTA victory at the 2003 AIG Japan Open and also reached the fourth round at Wimbledon on her first attempt during the same year.
Success came in 2004 when she won the singles title there, becoming Russia's first female Wimbledon champion.
The Russian continued to play well in subsequent majors, finishing runner-up at the 2013 French Open.
However, shoulder problems again took a toll, and not long after a disappointing second-round loss at Wimbledon, she withdrew from action for the remainder of the season. In March 2016, Sharapova announced that she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open in January.
After turning professional at age 14, she burst into the spotlight by winning the 2004 Wimbledon women's singles title.
Sharapova became the 10th woman to earn a career Grand Slam with her French Open win in 2012, and she added a second French crown in 2014.
The victory made her just the 10th woman to complete a career Grand Slam (wins at all four major tournaments), and allowed her to regain the world's No. At the 2012 Summer Olympic Games—Sharapova's Olympic debut—she won a silver medal in women's singles, losing the gold to American tennis star Serena Williams.
At the end of 2004, she added a WTA Championships title to her list of achievements. Sharapova was slowed by shoulder problems for much of 20, although she managed to win her third Grand Slam with a dominant showing at the 2008 Australian Open.
She became the first Russian woman to ascend to the sport's top ranking in 2005, and the following year she claimed her second Grand Slam title with a win at the U. She finally underwent shoulder surgery that October, and the resulting layoff forced her out of the Top 100 until her return to singles action in May 2009.
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