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I drink half a liter before anything else.
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Proper hydration and a good amount of sleep are things I always try to be aware of. I do some visualization when I have some quiet time. Carrying a positive perspective is very important and not always easy, but staying true to yourself and being honest to yourself will always guide you to the right frame of mind.
When my friends get together, we like to experiment from a cookbook. We just made a big Moroccan Tajine with couscous and caramelized onions, finished off with fresh mint tea with pine nuts. Given my Russian heritage, I love soups. I have a sweet tooth, so when I visit my friends we usually have some afternoon tea, the proper English way, with scones, jam, little cakes and organic loose leaf English breakfast tea. I love candy, so much that I started my own candy collection called Sugarpova.
I believe in indulging in moderation. I love jewelry, and I love rings. I try to gift myself a ring or two every year.
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The first thing I do in the morning is drink a glass of water with a fresh squeezed lemon to start my morning fresh. Then I make a lactose-free cappuccino and answer some emails. I try to eat at home as much as I can, but some of my local favorites are Mosaic in Sarasota, Florida, and a creperie down the street for an occasional treat. I like to vary my training so that it does not become too repetitive.
I love exercising outdoors that benefit the body and the mind. I run on the beach a lot, and work with my training team daily on exercises that impact my on-court performance.
Just good friends, good food, and good laughs. I am trying to find ways and movements that do not need a lot of equipment but just a little bit of space. I have a few core exercises that I do because when your core is strong so many other parts of your body work well. I still love to travel.
Even though my schedule is quite set and I know where I am going, I try every once in a while to visit a new city or a new part of a city and almost get lost in it. That is something I have done since I was a young girl. I am a very lucky girl.
My parents were there in USA all the way through to support me and help me make my dream come true. The dream of becoming a tennis champion was mine and not theirs. They took a risk that many people would never take. Once I won Wimbledon at age 17, many people started to notice my tennis and I did get some attention for my physical appearance.
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All I can say is that I want to be remembered as a great tennis champion, nothing else. My parents just always taught me to give my best in whatever I was doing, so I had no regrets. This was in school: I try to apply this to all aspects of my life. My Russian fans are especially excited when I travel back.Djokovic vs. Sharapova: Behind the Scenes
When I carried the torch at the Olympic Games in Sochi, my hometown, it was a poignant moment for me. I am admittedly a fierce competitor. But I would also label myself a strategist, whether on court or in the business world. I try to work really hard and be an example for modern women. A post shared by Maria Sharapova mariasharapova on Sep 24, at I always have a great time laughing hysterically through hair and makeup with my team.
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I actually preferred going and seeing the men playing. I am Russian, I have a Russian passport, both my parents are Russian. I play with the Russian Team at the Fed Cup. I speak Russian with my family.
I have a Russian heart. I love playing for my country, getting the support. Every day I feel like I wake up and I go out, I feel like I can improve and that makes me feel young. I feel like I still have a lot of energy and desire. Going to the beach and being around five of your friends and having a good time means so much more than going out and spending hundreds of dollars If I can create something that allows a woman to feel better — that is the true reward.
And with the Swiss serving athe forces his first break point of the match But he gets another, trades backhands and this time it is Federer who cracks! Back on serve in the third. Federer breaks again, leads in the third.
For Gasquet, a man who has lost 16 times to this guy, this must be a mental challenge as much as a physical one.
Commentator's curse right there. Federer finds a backhand winner with Gasquet serving at and the Frenchman then leaks his own backhand long - and that's game and second set Federer. I doubt Gasquet is reading this but he seems to have woken up and the second set is edging towards a tie-break. The Frenchman is holding with confidence on a regular basis now. For me, Gasquet hasn't really turned up yet, and is fortunate to be holding water in the second.
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His forehand has been particularly leaky and I think it's just a matter of time here. Federer leadson serve in the second.
Djokovic is through, injury or no injury. He did not let an apparent lower back problem affect his Australian Open performance as he beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Game and first set Roger Federer, who breaks Gasquet for a second time to seal it.
Federer gets an early lead by breaking Gasquet at the second time of asking. Looking comfortable as ever, Federer. Roger Federer has entered stage left and is looking for a 17th career win over Richard Gasquet.
He holds to love in the opening game. Delpo has been broken again and Berdych is through with a, victory. He will face Fabio Fognini for a potential quarter-final against Roger Federer. Djokovic meanwhile has shaken off that injury and has a two-set lead.
Not easy though - his hold of serve at took all of 12 minutes. Delpo is nearly out and it's turned into a bit of a rout. After losing the first two setsDel Potro narrowly avoids a bagel in the final set by saving two match points on his serve. But he's saved two more on the Berdych serve and broken back! What a comeback this would be Fabulous display from the German. It's all happening on Margaret Court. Djokovic spends five minutes on the floor with the trainer apparently trying to loosen up his back but getst back up again - and promptly breaks and holds to take a lead in the second set.
His movement doesn't seem perfect but he is hitting the ball so sweetly, it hardly seems to matter. Back on RLA, Sharapova has been broken again to trail in the second but she's back immediately and it's