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Sharapova’s Social Media Flooded With Harsh Comments!

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Sharapova’s Instagram, where some heartless words are written.

Maria Sharapova, former world number one in women’s tennis, is known as the “Tennis Fairy”. She is also known as an influencer with an astounding 4.22 million followers on Instagram. However, since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the comments section of her Instagram, which is usually filled with messages from her fans, has been filled with heartfelt words.

Born in Russia in 1987, Sharapova began playing tennis at the age of four and moved to Florida, USA at the age of six. She then made her debut on the WTA Tour at the age of 14. 2004, at the age of 17, She won Wimbledon and was ranked No. 1 in the world in 2005. Sharapova continued to grow and became a sought-after fashion model. With her stunning good looks, she has attracted fans both on and off the court.

She eventually retired at the age of 32 with a spectacular record of five Grand Slam (four major tournament in singles) titles, finishes five runner-up, and a silver medalist at the London Olympics. He had also achieved a lifetime Grand Slam.

After her retirement he announced her engagement to a British investor in December 2020. It was rumored that this would be the start of a full-fledged entry into the business world. She had already founded the sweets brand Sugarpova and she has also been sharing her activities as an investor on Instagram.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russia has been flooded with criticism from around the world, but what does Sharapova, who’s from Russia, think about the current situation in Russia? Sharapova has remained silent on the matter.

In her comment section, in addition to praising Sharapova’s beauty, there were also comments such as “Why don’t you say anything? Shame on you,” “Instead of going to Paris, why don’t you go to Ukraine and help people in need? “

Of course war is unacceptable. But we should separate the country from the individual. We sincerely hope that Sharapova will be able to smile again soon.

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