And when she wanted to cry, she cried to her mother on the phone back in Russia.
It was at Bolletieri's academy where she met her biggest competitor.
Five time Grand Slam tennis champion Maria Sharapova has described her suspension at the end of the 2016 Australian Open for using a banned drug as the 'worst kind of mindf**k.'After the tennis star's drug test revealed she had been using Meldonium, a drug used to treat coronary artery disease, the media firestorm that ensued drove her to worry about what people thought of her, she says in her new autobiography.
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Facing a two-year ban from playing professional tennis, she told herself: 'Goddamit, I'm going to fight this bulls**t', she writes in her upcoming memoir, Unstoppable: My Life So Far, to be published by Sarah Crichton Books, September 12.
Sharapova, it turns out, is a great storyteller as well as a champion athlete.
She has thick arms and thick legs and is so intimidating and strong.
It's the whole thing – her presence, her confidence, her personality'.
That's how it felt when Sharapova was 17 and she still feels that way now, she reveals. Fear of defeat is what really drives many of us', Maria confesses.