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Maria Sharapova shows her new hairstyle

17.04.2012  |  14:23

World-famous Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, who is going to turn 25 on April 19, has cut her long blonde hair

World-famous Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, who is going to turn 25 on April 19, has cut her long blonde hair. Maria has posted the photos of her new image on her Facebook page. "What do you guys think? I kind of love it," Sharapova wrote to her fans. Two photos have received over 20,000 views in just several hours. Sharapova has hardly ever had any experiments with her hair from the moment of her debut in the world of big tennis.

The world's highest-earning athlete would normally often appear with her hair unfastened or arranged into a ponytail. This image has become an inseparable part of Maria's trademark. It has also been reported recently that Maria was going to tie the knot with basketball player Sasha Vujacic. The wedding will supposedly take place on November 10, 2012. Vujacic originally offered Maria to get married this May, but she would have to miss Roland Garros for that. As a result, the couple picked a symbolic date - 10.11.12. It is worthy of note that Sharapova was ranked third on the list of Russia's most successful female athletes, following Yelena Isinbayeva (pole vaulter) and Olga Zaitseva (biathlon).  Photo credit: http://www.facebook.com/Sharapova.



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