Maria Sharapova
Net Worth

Maria Sharapova’s Net worth, Instagram & Relationship

Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova is a former world number one tennis player from Russia. From 2001 to 2020, she participated in the WTA Tour and was rated world No. The Women’s Tennis Association ranked her first in singles for 21 weeks (WTA). She is one of eight women, and the only one from Russia, to have completed the career Grand Slam. She is also an Olympic medallist, having won silver in the women’s singles event in the London Olympics in 2012.

Sharapova achieved world No. 1 status for the first time on 22 August 2005, at the age of 18, being the first Russian woman to do so. From 11 June until 8 July 2012, she held the championship for the sixth time. She won five major titles: two at the French Open, One at the Australian Open, one at Wimbledon, and one at the US Open. Maria won 36 prizes in all, including the year-end championships on her debut in 2004. She also won three doubles championships. Although she competed for Russia in the WTA, she has lived in and is a permanent resident of the United States since 1994.

Relationship & Husbands

Maria Sharapova
Sharapova with her husbands

In 2011, Sharapova announced her engagement to Slovenian professional basketball player Sasha Vujacic, with whom she had been dating since 2009. Sharapova stated on August 31, 2012, that the couple had terminated their engagement and split earlier that year. 

Sharapova has been dating British businessman Alexander Gilkes since 2018. In December 2020, Sharapova and Gilkes confirmed their engagement. Sharapova and her husband announced their first child’s birth in April 2022. She gave birth to a boy on July 1, 2022.

Maria Sharapova’s Net worth & salary 

Maria Sharapova

Net Worth $196 Million Salary $16 Million Per Year

Maria Sharapova is a Russian tennis player who has a net worth of $196 Million and an annual salary of $16 Million Per Year. Her career at the highest level of the game began in 1998. Since then she has graced many different fields and has currently reached the No. 1 position in the world rankings by becoming the first player to win Wimbledon, the US Open, and Olympic gold medals. Below we have compiled all the necessary information about Maria’s career and personal life apart from her net worth

Maria Sharapova Parents

Her parents, Yuri Sharapov and Yelena, are from Gomel, Byelorussian SSR. They decided to leave their homeland shortly before Maria was born following the Chornobyl nuclear accident.

She is a professional tennis player. She is 5 feet 9 inches and weighs 59 kilograms. Sharapova has an average body type with 34-24-36 measurements

Maria Sharapova Instagram

Maria Sharapova

 @mariasharapova

Maria Sharapova is a professional tennis player who has accumulated 4.4 million followers on Instagram, 620,000 followers on Twitter, and 1844 posts on her Facebook page. She has won fourteen Grand Slam singles titles. A pro for seventeen years, she was ranked world No. 1 in 2004 and 2005.

Maria Sharapova Coaches

Maria Sharapova’s coaches are responsible for her improvement from an average player to one of the best female tennis players in the world. Her primary coach was Robert Lansdorp for five years and coached other players such as Yuri Sharapov, Michael Joyce, Jimmy Connors, and Sven Groeneveld. From 2016–the present she has been coached by Riccardo Piatti.

Maria Sharapova Tennis Career

Maria Sharapova

At the age of 14, Maria Sharapova won her first WTA title in an all-Russian final. She also competed in the Wimbledon and Australian Open that year and won two junior grand slam titles. Becoming the youngest player at either tournament to reach the final since 1988. With a victory at Wimbledon over Jennifer Capriati. Sharapova became the first Russian woman to win a Grand Slam since Evgenia Rodina in 1955. She finished 2002 as the world’s number one player for the first time. He had won five tournaments by year’s end, including three of four main tour events. In 2003 she reached six finals including another Australian Open final. Where she lost in five sets to Capriati, who again defeated her in straight sets.

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