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Maria Sharapova earns the greatest achievement of her life in grandma’s opinion



Although the pandemic is still well underway in the United States and rumors about the second wave of viruses already appeared, Maria Sharapova tries to diversify her activities as much as possible.

And if that is not enough, she even managed something that means more than any Grand Slam title, at least in her grandmother’s eyes.

your information, my grandmother will be more proud of this achievement than any title I’ve ever won,” wrote Sharapova on Instagram. You wouldn’t have guessed that, would you?

Sharapova’s newest achievement is a strawberry that just popped out after she supposedly nurtured the plant herself.

Now you probably ask yourself why would Maria’s grandma be more proud of her niece’s gardening skills than her amazing tennis career? In fact, it’s all very simple: Sharapova’s grandmother loved to work in the garden and she would often involve our Russian former world number one in her activities.

“I think my first pleasures of indulgence in the kitchen were with my grandmother when she would bake, like, the apple tarts and even the dumplings, which are the sweet version,” said Sharapova.

“She would pick the cherries off the garden, she’d make her own jam with the cherries and then she’d make the dough and then she just put these two sides together, create these dumplings and in an hour you’d have this beautiful indulging moment,” Maria continued.

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‘Novak Djokovic has a big chance to get back in the Grand Slam race,’ says analyst



The Australian Open will provide Novak Djokovic with ‘a big chance’ to get him back into the Grand Slam race, says Radmilo Armenulić.

The world number one lost ground to Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros earlier this month with the Spaniard beating him in the final to win his 20th Grand Slam and draw him level with Roger Federer on the all-time list.

Djokovic, by comparison, is on 17, but he has a supreme record in Melbourne, and former Serbia Davis Cup captain Armenulić has warned against writing him off just yet.

“There are many stories that the Grand Slam will not be played in Australia, which is Novak’s great chance for a new, 18th Grand Slam title, which would completely return him to the race,” Armenulić told

“If the tournament still takes place, which we all hope, the least Novak will do is settle with Federer in terms of the number of weeks at the top of the ATP list.

“Nole is already warming up for such a scenario, I see that he will play in Vienna, win that tournament and calmly wait for the end of the season.

“I am sure that Novak has already recovered from the crisis, while Nadal will only be able to endanger him at the Masters in Paris.”

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