Maria Sharapova Sad While Revealing What She Did With First Paycheck; Here Is Why

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With her $ 38 million earned over the course of her career, former WTA number one Maria Sharapova is third in this special ranking: only Serena and Venus Williams are ahead of her, with $ 93 million and $ 41 million respectively.

Holder of five Grand Slam titles, a trophy at the Finals and a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics, Maria left the world of professional tennis in January last year, after losing in the first round of the Australian Open to Croatian Donna Vekic.

Today, the young Russian has embarked on a career as a very successful entrepreneur, she who had already owned the famous Sugarpova candy line for some years.

Sharapova’s love for art and high-luxury jewelry

In a recently published Instagram story, the champion shared a Vogue Magazine article about the Italian Elsa Peretti, a well-known internationally renowned designer who unfortunately passed away in recent days, writing: “With my first cash check from tournaments I collected the pieces created by Elsa Peretti for Tiffany,” adding the emoticon of a sad face and a broken heart.

Sharapova, who has always been interested in the world of high fashion and business, has repeatedly stressed the importance of her travels around the world for the growth of her passion in the world of art, including in the field of architecture.

As published by EssentiallySports, among others, Maria once claimed to have taken numerous photographs of the buildings designed by the designer duo Frank-Perry, because she was attracted by their appearance, how different they are and the fact that they are usually placed in comparison with the old architecture, there is something so new and different about them.

The last Slam success of the Siberian came at Roland Garros 2014: the Russian beat Ksenija Pervak, Tsvetana Pironkova, Paula Ormaechea, Samantha Stosur, Garbine Muguruza, Eugenie Bouchard and the Romanian Simona Halep in the final, beaten with a score of 6 -4 6-7 6-4.

Maria made history for winning the Wimbledon tournament at the age of only 17, the second youngest player ever in the Open era after Martina Hingis to win Wimbledon and for winning all 4 Grand Slam events, tenth tennis player in history to succeed in such a goal.

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