Maria Sharapova ready for new victories

This talented tennis player looks like is in good shape and form and she seems ready for the French Open.
This is a great moment for both her and her career, because she set her eyes on the French Open. Still she has to be careful, since her old nemesis amazing Serena Williams is lurking in the shadows of Paris.

It seems like this beautiful tennis player is full of energy and ambitious when it comes to her game and she arrived in Paris fresh from winning the Italian Open in Rome.
Maria was beaten by Williams in the Australian Open final in January, yet she defeated tennis player from Spain Carla Suarez Navarro in Rome, which shows us that this successful woman is full of confidence and ready to overcome every obstacle.
Last week she said that she feels like she is in a good physical shape and that she is prepared to go the distance and to beat someone who is like Carla Suarez, because she simply love those long matches.

When Maria manages to win after such a long match, it busts her confidence and she feels like she can do anything and beat anyone.
Even though Sharapova is loved and popular among tennis fans, it seems like Williams is the favorite in this tournament.

We all know how good Serena Williams is, and we know that she will be aiming for a 20th Grand Slam singles title. She was forced to withdraw in Rome, because she suffered from an elbow injury and she also had knee problems, but she is now back on the track.


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