Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova has made it to the finals of France’s Open Tennis Championship.
Maria Sharapova has reached the quarterfinals of the French Open taking place at 'Roland Garros'.
Defending champion Maria Sharapova reached the French Open fourth round on Saturday with a 6-1, 7-5 win over China's Zheng Jie.
Russia’s Maria Sharapova has made it to Round Three of the French Open by defeating Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard 6-2, 6-4 in a hard-fought meet which lasted 1 hour and 26 minutes.
World No. 2 Maria Sharapova admitted Friday to R-Sport that thoughts of the upcoming French Open played a part in her decision to pull out of the Italian Open in Rome.
Russian world No. 2 Maria Sharapova tossed aside qualifier Garbine Muguruza in the second round of the Rome Open with an easy straight set victory on Wednesday.
World No.2 Maria Sharapova kept her impressive form at the Madrid Open going as she overcame Sabine Lisicki 6-2, 7-5 to book her place in the quarter-finals.
Famous Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova presented her 'Sugarpova' candy brand in Moscow on Monday. Internatinal presentation of the sweets was held in last August in New York.
The Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has launched a proprietary candies line naming it ‘Shugarpova’.
Reigning champion and top seed Maria Sharapova reached the final of the Stuttgart Premier tennis tournament on Saturday after defeating local favorite Angelique Kerber in a hard fought semifinal.
Porsche Automobil Holding has announced that the global advertising face of the brand will be Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova. She was offered a three-year contract.
Russia’s Maria Sharapova has retained second position in the WTA rating because last week saw no WTA-related tournaments, news reports said on Monday.
Maria Sharapova, 25, has been ranked third among the world’s richest tennis players of all time.
Serena Williams of the United States won a WTA tournament in Miami on Saturday with a three-set final victory over Russia’s Maria Sharapova.
The US media estimates the chances of Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova to win the tournament of the Women’s Tennis Association, which will take place in Miami on Sunday, to be much higher than those of her US rival Serena Williams.
Russia’s Maria Sharapova made it to the quarterfinal stage of an international tennis tournament in Miami Monday making easy, 6;2, 6;2 work of the Czech Republic’s Clara Zakopalova.
Russia’s Maria Sharapova is through to the quarterfinals of the Miami tennis event.
US President Barack Obama began the official engagements of his visit to Berlin Wednesday, arriving at the palace of German President Joachim Gauck to receive a ceremonial guard-of-honour welcome.
The story line is beginning to sound familiar, too familiar. Young intelligent individual with high moral ideals attempts to expose the egregious clear and unarguable criminality of the U.S. Government, a government which is out of control and trampling on the rule of law and the rights of people worldwide, only to be villainized and forced to seek refuge and protection in a foreign country.
The second day of the Paris Air Show was marked by a demonstration flight of Russia’s Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jet. Video report by The Voice of Russia.
Lives have been saved by surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency, said US President Barack Obama during a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkelin in Berlin.
Today, the 13 thousand residents of the Northern Ireland town of Enniskillen can finally relax. The lengthy marathon, entitled “Prepare and host the G8 summit”, that lasted several months and consisted of two thousand delegates and journalists, eight thousand policemen and special services employees and fifty million pounds sterling to provide security, is over. The official result of the summit is a 40-page communiqué which reflects the key agreements achieved by the leaders. The arguments and swordplay between the delegations, the traditional mass protests of the anti-globalists and the problems with the organization of the event are all left behind the scenes.
Politician Simon Parkes from Stakesby, England went into detail about his alien encounters, including creating a child with an alien called ‘Cat Queen’. The 53-year-old’s child is named Zarka, the Northern Echo reported.
Nicaragua and China have agreed that a Chinese company will help them to build a new canal that will link the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. The new canal will become a high-capacity alternative to the 99-year-old Panama Canal. The arrangement will have profound implications for China, of course, and the United States, some say.
An armed gang has raided a northern Nigerian village and killed 48 people in an apparent reprisal attack targeting a local vigilante group, a state official said Wednesday.
Somali and African Union soldiers have regained control of a United Nations compound ending an hour and an half attack by Al-Qaeda linked Shebab insurgents, police and witnesses said Wednesday.
One person was confirmed killed ifollowing series of explosions and blaze at ammunition depot in Russia’s Samara Region where over 13 million shells were stored.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has convened an emergency meeting on the military warehouse blast outside the city of Chapayevsk in the Samara region, Putin’s aide Dmitry Peskov has told reporters.
Montana authorities have vowed to look into Russia’s reports about several Russian orphans being locked up at a local respite care home for “troubled children” in Montana, US. Now the Montana Supreme Court is to probe the case starting June 26, US State Department of Labor and Industry spokeswoman Casey Kyler-West told reporters Wednesday.
The World Bank on Wednesday warned that severe hardships from global warming could be felt within a generation, with a new study detailing devastating impacts in Africa and Asia.
Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller and the president of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Zhou Jiping, discussed yesterday evening matters involved in the concluding of a long-term contract for supplying China with Russian gas, a contract planned for signing before this year is out, Gazprom said.
At the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, the United States and the European Union have launched talks on Monday to what could become the biggest bilateral trade deal in history. British Prime Minister David Cameron said it was ‘a once-in-a-generation prize’, which they were determined to seize. US President Barack Obama announced that talks on a trans-Atlantic trade and investment deal would begin in Washington next month. While the EU leaders admit the negotiations will be difficult, they believe the agreement could be reached within two years. For more on the news we are joined by Patrick Young, Leading Expert on Financial Markets and the Founder and Chairman of Derivatives Vision, a securities exchange advisory and media company.
The Fitch rating agency is concerned about the unregulated part of the Chinese banking sector. The so-called “shadow banks” pose systemic risks for the country’s economy.
The Iranian economy is experiencing severe stress caused by the international sanctions against Tehran. An unofficial estimate of the Iranian inflation rate is almost three times the official annual inflation figure.
The foreign exchange market is now in the crosshairs of the global financial regulators in the aftermath of the rate-rigging scandals in currency rates and interest rates markets.
North Korean authorities have taken interest in the experience of Germany’s National Socialist Party, according to a report by New Focus International, a news organization based outside North Korea, but declaring that it has access to high-level North Korean sources. It is reported that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, deeply impressed by Germany’s soon revival after the defeat in the First World War, handed out copies of Adolf Hitler's memoir to senior officials.
On August 3, 1943 Soviet troops began an offensive operation in the southern segments of the Kursk Bulge, liberating Kharkov and Belgorod. The 20-day offensive operation entered the history of World War II as the Belgorod-Kharkov Offensive Operation.
Gays and lesbians are facing harsh discrimination when renting apartments, according to a new, first-ever US Department of Housing and Urban Development report on LGBT renters. Their findings indicate that same-sex pairs receive unfair treatment when looking for online rental homes versus opposite-sex couples.