Russian tennis star, Maria Sharapova, a five-time Grand Slam victor resigns at 32 years old and left tennis on Wednesday, 26 February. Sharapova finishing her profession that included five Grand Slam titles, and her first title in the year 2004 when she was a high schooler. She is the world’s most generously compensated sportswomen with No. 1 in the WTA rankings and a 15-month doping boycott with a rebound in 2017
Maria Sharapova is resigning from the tennis calling at 32 years old in the wake of accomplishing her five Grand Slam titles with No. 1 position. The significant issue that can be noted for her retirement is that she has been managing shoulder issues for right around two years. Maria Sharapova played just two matches this season with the injury and lost them two. In a paper composed by her for Vanity Fair and Vogue magazines, she talked about her choice to leave the game and she posted online this Wednesday.