We filled you in with the eight awesome facts we showed you about Maria Sharapova in our part one article, and now we have finally returned with part two! Read on to discover all that you are missing out on about this Russian tennis goddess! Don’t forget to check back for our coming articles, parts three through six, to see the remaining 34 awesome facts that you never learned about Maria Sharapova!
Number Forty-Two: Side Candy
Being quite the little entrepreneur, Sharapova also tried her hand at developing her own line of candy. Called Sugarpova, she can add this to the list with tennis and modeling.
Number Forty-One: Her Favorite Colors
Like all of the other people in the world, celebrities have favorite colors, too. Sweet and feminine like her personality, Sharapova’s favorites are pink and yellow.
Number Forty: Her Favorite Foods
When trying to decide on dinner destinations, Sharapova admits that she lets her Russian roots guide her to the nearest Russian restaurant. This cuisine holds a tie with Thai food as her favorite.
Number Thirty-Nine: Her Favorite Drinks
She can’t often afford the calories of sodas and other luxury beverages, but when it is time to splurge she reaches for an Orangina. If she is feeling especially celebratory, she might even grab a virgin strawberry daiquiri.
Number Thirty-Eight: The Past Love
One of the best parts of being a celebrity athlete is getting your choice of all of the other celebrity athletes. For example, her basketball playing ex, Sasha Vujacic.
Number Thirty-Seven: Getting the Ring
In 2010, Vujacic and Sharapova announced their engagement to the media. However, it was later retracted because they felt that they weren’t quite right for each other.
Number Thirty-Six: A New Love
Now, the young diva is currently involved with a fellow tennis player, Grigor Dimitrov. Quite frankly, we starting to believe that she’s the luckiest woman in the world.
Number Thirty-Five: Maria Sharapova has a Middle Name
If you ever wondered, the young woman’s beautiful middle name is Yuryevna. In Russian culture, this name is said to mean that the bearer expresses her hidden dreams. Don’t forget to check back for our coming articles, parts three through six, to see the remaining 34 awesome facts that you never learned about Maria Sharapova!