Natawa ako kay Nole, copy na copy nya si Masha
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Natawa ako kay Nole, copy na copy nya si Masha
Oh wow, I remember when she wasn't able to compete in the Olympics during her shoulder injury, but now here she is, flag bearer pa! Congrats Masha!
Watch niyo, yung matchpoints ng lahat ng GS wins ni Mash.
0:17 [spoiler start]"First of all, it tastes like sh1t".[spoiler end]
http://www.facebook.com/SharapovaAhh finally I can share some exciting news with you! After the third round of the French Open, I woke up to a pretty memorable message.
The Russian Olympic committee chose me to be the flag bearer at this years Olympic opening ceremony. I am so honored, and especially excited as it will be my first Olympics in my career.
I have had to keep this hush hush for two weeks and keeping secrets is not my best quality!
I've witnessed each one of them naks!!!
I cant wait for Wimbledon! =) and the Olympics, good things come to those who fall and find their way to get back up +)
Two women made the top 100 (the cut-off was $16.6 million). Maria Sharapova ranks No. 26 with earnings of $27.9 million. She has long had a coveted portfolio of sponsors that now includes Nike, Head, Samsung, Tag Heuer and Evian. Sales for the Maria Sharapova Collection, her line of products at Nike subsidiary Cole Haan, doubled last year. Her ballet flat is the best selling female shoe for Cole Haan. Sharapova has stepped up her play on the court over the past year and is now the No. 1 ranked tennis player in the world. She completed a career Grand Slam with her French Open title and earned $5.9 million in prize money over the past 12 months.
Goodluck in Wimbledon Maria. Goodluck sa match mo mamaya.
Maria Sharapova announces breakup with Sasha Vujacic
Maria Sharapova said on Friday that she has broken up with fiance Sasha Vujacic, the former NBA star from Slovenia who is now playing basketball in Turkey.
They once had been set to marry at Istanbul in November, but scheduling troubles between their sporting careers were among the problems that were too much for the couple to overcome.
“We have a tremendous amount of respect for each other,” she said. “Still would love to call him as a friend. We spent really great years together.”
Sharapova revealed the secret of her shattered love life after advancing to the fourth round of the US Open by defeating American Mallory Burdette 6-1, 6-1. She will next face 19th-ranked compatriot Nadia Petrova.
Sharapova said the break-up came at the end of spring.
“I was waiting for somebody to ask me that question but nobody did directly,” Sharapova said. “I’ve never really been the type of person to announce things. I never have in any of my previous relationships as well.”
Sharapova, who completed a career Grand Slam with her fourth major title last June at the French Open, was composed and poised in discussing what she confessed was a difficult move.
“It was obviously a challenging decision from both our ends,” Sharapova said.
“It was a really nice period of time for both of us. But our career schedules just made it extremely difficult to see each other with the traveling and especially his career move to Turkey.
“The playing there was a little bit different in terms of he wasn’t able to travel much. He wasn’t home one time during the 10 months that he was in Turkey so that made it extremely difficult.”
For anyone who had dreamed of going to Sharapova’s wedding, don’t lose hope.
“You still have a chance,” she said. “I still have many years ahead of me.”
Sharapova said she does try to put an emphasis on a healthy social life despite her tennis career and such varied off-court business interests as fashion and candymaking.
“I’m able to have a normal life, which I’m pretty happy about,” Sharapova said. “I consider myself lucky.
“When I’m at tournaments and doing events and business-related things, it seems like my life is very hectic and very glamorous, very popular. But at the end of the day, when I’m home, I’m just like everybody else, although my office is my tennis court.”
Sharapova even says she has a candy flavor that sums her up.
“I’ve got this little awkward one called quirky,” she said. “I feel like that’s where I fit in.”
Sharapova, despite being only 25, also began to contemplate the end of her career after the retirements of Kim Clijsters and Andy Roddick after their matches are done at Flushing Meadows.
“Crazy tournament. Anybody else add to the list? Not me,” she said. “It puts things in perspective a little bit because you think tennis does come to an end at some point and you actually start thinking about that.
“When I was 18 or 19 if someone told me I was going to be playing at 25 I would be like stop, this is ridiculous. ‘You’re crazy.’ But here I am at 25. I feel like I have so many more years left.
“I still wake up in the morning and feel like I can be better and motivated. I have energy and I’m healthy. What else can you ask for?”
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