Maria Sharapova talked about gaining “emotional strength”, probably influenced by the fact that she recently ended her relationship with Grigor Dimitrov. Seeing how Maria Sharapova has been through injuries and other professional and personal hurdles, she is definitely qualified to dole out advice to others!
According to Huffington Post , Maria Sharapova doled out some advice that may have been influenced by her recent split with her boyfriend. She said, “I encourage young girls to follow their strength. Strong bodies come in a variety of shapes and sizes. But I don’t think you really learn to appreciate your body — however it looks — until you truly understand its capabilities. Realizing physical strength is a great gateway to realizing emotional strength.”
Before this, the tennis player was conquering Paris Fashion Week, showing that her star power reaches beyond WTA. She certainly showed her ex that he has to work a lot harder to get to her level.
According to Daily Mail , “She’s one of the biggest female tennis stars in the world, but Maria Sharapova’s endurance levels have been really put to the test at Paris Fashion Week. The 28-year-old sportswoman has flitted from show to show over the past few days.”
The former world number one is struggling with injuries, but from the most recent advice she gave on Huffington Post, it looks like she has a great system to recover from injuries and heartbreaks alike.
While she was “forced to retire in her opening match at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open due to a left forearm injury,” according to WTA , she has been making the most of her recovery time, keeping herself busy with business meetings and getting exposed to the fashion world in Paris Fashion Week.
Let’s face it. She probably doesn’t even have time to think about her finished relationship with Grigor Dimitrov. According to her Instagram, it looks like the tennis star was busy at Bloomingdales starting up a Sugarpova pop up shop as well as shooting campaign for her sponsors like Nike.
Meanwhile, Grigor Dimitrov, after his short stint at the US Open 2015, is busy revamping his career at the age of 24. He brought in Franco Davin, who will help him get his ranking back up.