Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova’s sports season may be considered closed. The 31-year-old tennis player, unexpectedly, has made the decision not to play in three tournaments that take place in October and was previously recorded. Sharapova has decided not to play in Beijing, Tianjin and Moscow, a tournament where she has previously won her career, pulling for no reason.
According to its manager, Max Eisenbud, Russian tennis player needs to rest and recover energy, having played for about 16 years as a professional and seeks to be in shape when it starts 2019. The last match of Russian tennis player is what lost to Spaniard Carla Suarez Navarro in the fourth round of the US Open.
Sharapova is currently in the 24th place in the world rankings and will not have problems playing in the Australian Open in January as it is among the best in the world. However, the first Russian challenge for 2019 is expected to be the Shenzhen tour in the first days of January.