Will she play again in 2019?
The 2019 US Open has barely begun but off-court news surrounding the sport’s refereeing officials have reverberated more than the on-court results.
The former world No.1 reacts to her one-sided loss to Serena Williams in New York.
Serena Williams breezed through to the second round of the 2019 US Open with a straight-sets hammering of long-time rival Maria Sharapova.
The two household names are set to lock horns at Flushing Meadows on Monday.
Serena Williams versus Maria Sharapova is the headline clash in an intriguing 2019 US Open Women's Singles Draw.
Sharapova is expecting a tough battle against the Australian star.
Following her early exit in Canada, the five-time grand slam champion revelled who will be helping her during the US Open.
A change could be on the way for the five-time grand slam champion.
The Russian hasn't played a competitive match on the tour for almost four months.
The woes continue for the Russian after she pulled out of next month’s Premier Mandatory tournament.
Maria Sharapova has had more injury concerns as she withdraws from this week's tournament in St. Petersburg due to a shoulder injury.
Maria Sharapova has refused to answer questions about her drug ban as she exits the Australian Open in the fourth round.
Ashleigh Barty beat Maria Sharapova in an exciting three-set match to progress to her first Grand Slam quarter-final.
The 31-year-old has progressed to the second week of the tournament for the first time since 2016.
The Russian talks equality, injury and her next opponent following her winning start at Melbourne Park.
Maria Sharapova easily beat Harriet Dart at the Australian Open, and several other seeds also sailed through.
Less than two weeks before the start of the first grand slam of 2019, two familiar familiar faces on the WTA Tour have suffered injury setbacks...
The former world No.1 displayed great sportsmanship during her second round match in China.
The former world No.1 is bidding to claim her first WTA title since October 2017.