Maria Sharapova Wimbledon Outfit Trends Online And View The Tennis Star As She Models The New Gear
By Staff Writer | June 14, 2013 11:18 PM EDT
Maria Sharapova Wimbledon outfit is trending after she tweets out the pic for her followers to see.
The Maria Sharapova Wimbledon outfit for the tennis star features an all-white attire as a one-piece, which includes a skirt and a pink Nike emblem on the top-right and straps along the shoulders.
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This Maria Sharapova Wimbledon outfit will be sported on the all-grass court in London beginning June 24 for the two-week tournament.
"Wimbledon is around the corner, and my new @niketennis dress is already here! What do you think about it?," Sharapova tweeted along with a picture.
Serena Williams looks to defend the title after last year's victory.
Sharapova hasn't won Wimbledon since 2004. Maybe the new getup will help her after she lost last week in the finals of the French Open to Serena Williams.
"Thank you #Paris for a wonderful two weeks. Despite losing today, I cant wait to be back next year! #rolandgarros 2014!!" Sharapova tweeted after her defeat to Williams.
The 26-year-old Russian has won all four majors once throughout her career, but only one in the last five years.
This year's Wimbledon will be recognized as the 127th edition of the yearly tradition that has become the most prestigious prize in the sport.
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