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Sharapova loses to Lisicki in Wimbledon 4th round
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Top-seeded Maria Sharapova was knocked out of Wimbledon on Monday, losing 6-4, 6-3 to Sabine Lisicki in the fourth round a month after completing a career Grand Slam.

Lisicki, a 15th-ranked German, simply outplayed the 2004 Wimbledon champion in windy, rainy conditions on Court 1 for her first career victory over Sharapova in four matches. She avenged a loss in the semifinals to Sharapova here last year.

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Maria extends deal with evian®
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Maria has signed a new three year deal to extend her role as evian® brand ambassador.

"The whole evian® team is very proud of having Maria as an ambassador. Our first partnership started when she was just back from injury and her fantastic comeback is a great source of inspiration for all of us. Maria loves the brand and epitomises the idea of healthy living with a touch of glamour, everything evian® stands for all around the world.", Michael Aiden said.

'I am really excited to continue my relationship with evian®. We have had so much fun working together and I look forward to 'Living young' for another three years.', Sharapova said.


Wimbledon third Round Interview
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How difficult did you find the wind today?

MARIA SHARAPOVA:
Yeah, it was certainly different than the previous two matches. But, you know, going into the warmup, you know it's going to be out there. You feel it. It's pretty much the same for your opponent.
I think it's just about being patient and, you know, maybe a little bit smarter. But, yeah, overall it was all right. Considering the conditions, I'm pretty happy with the way I played.


Did you ever recall a serve before where the ball bounced before it got to the net?

MARIA SHARAPOVA:
Oh, yeah, I'm sure I have. A lot in practice.


Maria advances to fourth round
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World number one Maria Sharapova struggled with her serve at a wind-blown Wimbledon on Friday before overcoming Taiwan's Hsieh Su-wei 6-1 6-4 to reach the fourth round.

The top seed dominated the first set with a free-flowing game that oozed confidence as Hsieh, the daughter of a Taiwanese locksmith, just could not find the key to the Russian's armory of powerful groundstrokes. But Sharapova, who completed her career grand slam this month with victory in the French Open, then let her concentration slip.

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Maria battles into Wimbledon third round
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Maria Sharapova was the first of the women's title favourites to receive a major Wimbledon fright, her dramas played out over two days.
The world No.1 faced a 2-5 deficit and five break points in the first set on Wednesday night, then returned tonight to lose the second in a tiebreak before overcoming 2010 semi-finalist Tsvetana Pironkova 7-6 (7-3), 6-7 (3-7), 6-0 to advance to the third round.

Having pleaded with the chair umpire to suspend play as darkness settled over No.1 court on the end of a rain-interrupted day, Sharapova eventually slept on a 3-1 second set lead. But Pironkova, an accomplished and confident grasscourter with flat groundstrokes and a fine backhand, immediately broke back when play resumed in sunnier, faster conditions on the warmest day of the tournament so far.

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