According to Watch House, Maria Sharapova, a well-known Russian tennis player, joined the TAG Heuer family in 2012. Recently, she has just concluded the Stuttgart Open Win the championship.
In the final, Russia’s best female tennis player defeated this year’s Australian Open champion Li Na in two sets. It is worth noting that in the clay court season last year, Sharapova also won the championship in Stuttgart and finally won the championship of Roland Garros. Trophy.
Maria Sharapova is a famous Russian tennis player. She is tall and explosive, and belongs to the bottom line. Both forehand and backhand shots are powerful. He won the 2004 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Championship, the 2006 US Open Women’s Singles Championship, the 2008 Australian Open Women’s Singles Championship, and the 2012 French Open Women’s Singles Championship. It is the third female tennis player and the sixth female player who has achieved a slam dominance since the Open Age; she has become one of the most talented women in the world sports world and an outstanding representative of female athletes. He was selected as the most beautiful athlete in 2006 by Sports Illustrated. Become the highest paid female athlete in the world for 9 consecutive years. Her current boyfriend is Dimitrov.
At the same time as another member of the TAG Heuer family, the famous tennis player Zhigui from Japan
In the men’s singles final of the Barcelona Open that just ended with Japan, Colombian Giraldo won the championship with two 6-2 wins.
The whole game took 1 hour and 13 minutes. The 24-year-old Kei Nishikori set straight into two sets, winning his first clay trophy in his career. This is also the second men’s singles championship that Kei Nishikori has won after Memphis this year, and the fifth men’s singles championship in his career.
With this victory, Kei Nishikori won a prize of 422,100 Euros and 500 ATP points. Next week, Kei Nishikori’s ATP ranking will rise to 12th place.
Kei Nishikori, a tennis star, Japan’s number one tennis men’s single, became a professional tennis player in 2007, and won five games in a row at the Indianapolis station to qualify for the quarterfinals. At the ATP Delray Beach in 2008, Kei Nishikori scored 7 consecutive victories to reach the final, eventually winning the championship trophy. On January 25, 2012, he became the first Japanese player to be listed as a seed player in the men’s singles event. At the Australian Open, Kei Nishikori lost to Andy Murray and missed the semifinals of the men’s singles, but this still created Asian men’s singles best record in Grand Slam.