December 08, 2010
Maria Sharapova aims to be regularly and avoid the injuries that have slowed in recent seasons.
Maria Sharapova finished 2010 as number 18 in the WTA rankings after winning two titles (Memphis, Strasbourg) and to three finals (Birmingham, Stanford, Cincinnati). Russia has in mind to return to the level that one day led him to be the best circuit and has therefore hired as coach Thomas Hogstedt Swede, formerly of Tommy Haas or Na Li among others.
The European player, after a short break, has returned to training in preparation for the upcoming season. Sharapova and she attended the Nick Bollettieri Academy in Florida where he will work under the command of new coach Thomas Hogstedt, and did some training with him in Los Angeles in late November, "and her coach Michael Joyce usual. It was precisely this one that seems to be suggesting to the player to hire a part-time assistant coach.
At the moment Maria played this Sunday in Monterrey, Mexico, an exhibition match against compatriot Vera Zvonareva, which ended by crushing by an aggregate score of 6-1 and 7-5. The idea of the Siberian is to return as soon as possible 'Top Ten' world, something that could get in the Australia Open, where he was declared champion in 2008, was absent through injury in 2009 and which last year fell at the first hurdle change to compatriot Maria Kirilenko.
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