I don’t even drink tea, but we both have rotten colds, so Sharapova has conjured the most delicious hot beverage I’ve ever tasted in a teapot made entirely of glass.
The elixir is electric greenish-yellow—the color of a tennis ball—and one of the only splashes of color in the pristine white-and-gray Minimalist house that Sharapova spent three years building in Manhattan Beach, California. “Nowhere will you find a clue,” she says, laughing.
Facing it head on, Sharapova has tried to be as honest as one can be about her mistake.
She worked in an NBA internship, wrote a memoir, traveled to new places and invested more time in her sugary business, Sugarpova.Things off-court are also going pretty well for Maria Sharapova's former boyfriend, Grigor Dimitrov, who was seen enjoying a walk in Paris as well, with his girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger.The off-court results of the Bulgarian are very good, but on the tennis court, he continues to struggle!At a time when many athletes would be reclusive, Sharapova has shared more of her life than ever, and showed up everywhere from Netflix to red carpets and shopping malls.And the last stop of todays candy tour at Sweet Factory (you can find the chocolate at ALL SF stores in the country) at the Del Amo mall. #Sugarpova A post shared by Maria Sharapova (@mariasharapova) on The five-time Grand Slam champion even speaks candidly for the first time about her two-year relationship with Grigor Dimitrov.Meanwhile, wedding rumours are doing the rounds for Dominika Cibulkova and her fiance, Michal Navara.