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    • There, she defeated defending champion and second-seeded Maria Sharapova to make the Wimbledon final for the fifth time in six years.Venus Williams-Wikipedia
    • In 2012, Djokovic appeared in a television commercial with Maria Sharapova promoting the use of Head rackets for many techniques such as golf and ten-pin bowling.Novak Djokovic-Wikipedia
    • She lost in the quarterfinals in straight sets to the No. 2, defending and eventual champion Maria Sharapova.Venus Williams-Wikipedia
    • The torch was taken into the stadium by Maria Sharapova, who then passed it to Yelena Isinbayeva who, in turn, passed it to wrestler Aleksandr Karelin.2014 Winter Olympics-Wikipedia
    • Then, she defeated 11th seed Julia Görges to set up a fourth-round match against 28th seed Maria Sharapova, whom she had beaten 18 consecutive times since 2004.Serena Williams-Wikipedia
    • At the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open, Davenport lost in the second round to eventual champion Maria Sharapova, 1–6, 3–6.Lindsay Davenport-Wikipedia

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