Maria Sharapova

WTT Season: 8th




6' 2"

turned pro



Bradenton, Fla.


Nyagan, Russia


Right-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)

Player highlights


  • 2020 marks her eighth year with the Breakers and ninth overall WTT season
  • First appeared for the Breakers in 2003, the team's inaugural season
  • Helped the Breakers win the 2004 and 2017 WTT title
  • Holds 36 Career WTA Singles Titles
  • 5-Time Grand Slam Champion
  • Won Wimbledon at Age of 17 in 2004
  • Reached a career high WTA ranking of world No. 1
  • Has won a career Grand Slam in singles
  • Named one of the 100 Greatest All-Time Tennis Players by Time Magazine
  • 2012 Olympian and silver medalist in singles
  • Creator of the successful candy company Sugarpova and author of "Unstoppable: My Life So Far" which was released in 2017
  • The Maria Sharapova Foundation is committed to helping children around the world achieve their dreams. Sharapova has donated $100,000 to Chernobyl-related projects. In partnership with the UNDP, she launched a $210,000 scholarship program for students from Chernobyl-affected areas of Belarus

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