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Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has congratulated the nation's football team after they pulled off a historic World Cup win against Spain to progress to the quarter-finals of their home tournament. Russia prevailed in a penalty shootout at Luzhniki
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I read somewhere once that Maria Sharapova's grunts were measured at 101 decibels, which puts it in the league of a jet taking off. It's not just the women either, men's professional such as Rafael Nadal regularly grunt; Andre Agassi even got into
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Sharapova packed her white bags and trudged off the court, the latest casualty of a wild opening two days that has seen a record four of the top eight women's seeds—fourth-seed Sloane Stephens, fifth-seed Elina Svitolina, sixth-seed Caroline Garcia
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Maria Sharapova is also in the section, coming off a quarterfinal appearance at the French Open. Sharapova advanced past Serena Williams ... He has a chance to make it out, but all of them have been playing strong tennis. Finally, Rafael Nadal
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Coinciding with Sharapova's polarising return to the sport, Belarusian Sabalenka ignited the debate of how loud is too loud against Aussie Ash Barty at the Australian Open? There's a number of serious contenders for best - or worst - grunter to grace
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On Thursday she plays the first semi-final against the only player to beat both Williams sisters in slam finals, Garbiñe Muguruza, the 2016 French champion and defending queen of Wimbledon who on Wednesday made short work of Maria Sharapova  - -
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Such is her earning power that her clothing deal with Adidas is understood to be the third-largest in women's tennis, behind Serena Williams's and Maria Sharapova's deals with Nike. Yet, she ... “Internal screaming and completely avoiding her,” she says.
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Tennis players are particularly famous for grunting. Their shouts with each serve and stroke can be so loud that some players, including Martina Navratilova, have declared that the noise is a form of cheating, meant to confound the other player and not
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And finally, the ultimate of aggravations, the screaming of some players with each hit of the ball. And let's call out some of the top players on this — Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sharapova and this year's French Open champion, Simona Halep. To the
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PARIS -- Where have you been for the past 1,093 days, Maria Sharapova? After a long hiatus in Paris dating back to 2015, ... But then Sharapova began to act like a former two-time French Open champ, reeling off six straight games to close out the match
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Serena Williams is a pro both on and off the court. Leading up to Monday's match against Maria Sharapova, 31, at the French Open, the new mom clapped back gracefully at Inside Tennis reporter Bill Simons, who served the 36-year-old tennis ace a number ... -
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First, it's important to note that it's quite natural to grunt when exerting the type of effort that tennis players do during a match. As many spectators will attest, the grunting can go up a level as a rally drags on. But when is the grunting
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The noise would be loud, grating and long. First-round ... On a day when Maria Sharapova — one of contemporary tennis' original and most annoying grunters — noisily advance, Sabalenka charged into the public realm for the wrong reasons. As Martina ... -
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Rafael Nadal's noisy approach is mildly-to-very annoying; Maria Sharapova's screaming drives me nuts. I wish tennis would do something to curtail the Decibel Belle and all those — both men and women — who think hitting a tennis ball equals getting  -
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You could watch a tennis tournament with your eyes closed and still immediately guess if Maria Sharapova plays - her screams are as annoying for her competitors as they are effective in helping her beat them to a pulp. At least, this was the case