Yesterday, Maria Sharapova attended a party hosted by Harper’s Bazaar to celebrate ICONS by Carine Roitfeld. She wore an amazing dress by Victoria Beckham and she looked outstanding. Check out the photos in the gallery.


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Today, the ITF announced its verdict on Maria’s case. In March, Sharapova admitted on a press conference she had tested positive for Meldonium at the Australian Open. The hearing took place on May 18, and today it was announced Maria will receive a two-year ban, starting since January 2016.


To read the full ITF document click HERE.

However, Maria Sharapova has released a statement in which she says she will appeal this decision immediately. 

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As we said before, Maria attended the 2016 MET Gala yesterday, in a custom Juan Carlos Obando dress. The first batch of pictures has been added to our gallery – stay tuned as more are to be added soon:

“I love the feel of a simple, beautiful, altered slip dress, and this felt like a new take on a classic,” Sharapova tells “This was the very first dress I tried on, but it was black. We wanted it to be more vibrant, and [Obando’s] red palette really popped.” While some guests chose to top off their looks with bold, futuristic jewelry, Sharapova opted for a few of Obando’s sleek gold pieces. That’s the beauty of a slip dress—it doesn’t call for much accessorizing at all.


Gallery Link

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Maria Sharapova Web has a brand new look.  The theme was made by Lilianne and Extras.Flaunt. The images that she used are from one of my favorite photoshoots of Maria from The Edit. Let us know if you find any broken link.

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Maria arrived at her first MET Gala wearing Juan Carlos Obando. Here’s a sneak peak, she looks absolutely breathtaking. Stay tune for more photos.

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It’s that time of the year again, Maria’s birthday is coming on April 19 and as fans of Maria we know the last month has been a hard one. This is why we want to make something special for her birthday this year and we would love if all Sharafamily could join the project.

This year we thought about making an online magazine for Maria. The magazine will be full of special messages for Maria and we can also share our favorites moments and photos of Maria. We want to remind her that no matter what we will always support her.

Here’s the information:

  1. Pick your favorite pictures of Maria and send it to with a birthday message for Maria (feel free to include a picture of yourself)
  2. We will accept submissions until April 12. We know it’s short notice but we need those extra days to really create the magazine.
  3. The magazine will be online by the time of Maria’s birthday and we will share the link on our twitter accounts (@SharapovAce & @MSharapovaWeb)
  4. Just have fun and tell us why you love Maria. We do this for her.
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I made this post to write all the news  of Maria’s current situation. She has all my support and no matter what I will love her and support her. I’ll update this post as much as I can so you guys can see what’s going on in this case.



On the highly anticipated press conference, Maria Sharapova announced she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open.

Maria Sharapova was informed by the International Tennis Federation that she had tested positive Meldonium, a drug that Maria had used since 2006 due some health problems and family history of diabetes. The substance was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s list of banned substances on Jan. 1, 2016. Maria had been legally taking the drug for ten years.

At this point, Maria doesn’t know yet what will be the penalty or how long she will be out of the tour.

On late December 2015, Maria Sharapova received an email that informed her of the new substances added to the list, but she consciously decided not to read it.

“I made a huge mistake,” Sharapova said. “I don’t want to end my career this way.”

Her parents were also presented at the press conference.

Maria also made a public apology to her fans.

As a fan of Maria for over ten years, I can safely say that this only makes me appreciate her courage even more after facing the press with this news. My support for her now will be stronger and I cannot wait to report the news that she will be back on court.

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Maria Sharapova has called a press conference scheduled for Monday in which she will make a “major announcement” according to her management.

The press conference will be live on her website


TIME:  12:00 PM PST

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Former World No.1 Maria Sharapova announced that she would be unable to participate in the upcoming BNP Paribas Open due to an ongoing left forearm injury that saw her miss the Middle East Swing.

“I am extremely disappointed that I am unable to compete in this year’s BNP Paribas Open,” she said. “I have been focused on healing my left forearm injury and tried to get my body to be 100% ready to play this event, as it is one of my favorites on the WTA and so close to my home in LA. I know the tournament will be a great success this year and I will be anxious to return next year and hopefully many years after.”

A two-time winner in Indian Wells (2006, 2013), Sharapova pulled out of the Brisbane International to start the season due to pain in her left forearm, and though she reached the quarterfinals of theAustralian Open, the Russian has not played a match since.