Former Wimbledon winner and world's sexiest tennis player looks unrecognisable in tiny bra and new hair colour | The Sun
ONE former Wimbledon winner looks unrecognisable as she enjoys retirement with a brand new hair colour.
The former world No1 was crowned the world's hottest athlete for four consecutive years during her career.
She was regularly included in lists of top beautiful celebrities.
And the 6ft 2ins superstar has proven she has not lost any of her glamour since hanging up her racket in 2020.
She took to Instagram this week to show off her incredible figure rocking a tiny bra under a long navy pinstripe jacket with a matching skirt and tall leather boots – as well as her darker new shade of brown hair after years as a blonde bombshell.
The ace, who became a mum when baby son Theodore was born in July 2022, captioned the post for her 4.5million followers: "When your photo album has a few new photos other than your child."
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One fan commented: "Is there a more gorgeous tennis player – absolutely love her."
Another added: "Perfect and wonderful look on you."
And a third simply wrote: "Fantabulous."
The final image shows the 36-year-old contributing at Formula One's Accelerate Summit for women leaders in sport, entertainment and business in Miami.
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The Florida-based former athlete has developed into a successful businesswoman since ending her playing career three years ago.
The mystery tennis player is… Maria Sharapova.
That's right, the Russian star who won Wimbledon aged just 17 way back in 2004.
She is one of just ten women ever to lift all four Grand Slams – completing her set at the 2012 French Open which she won again in 2014.
Sharapova's on-court performances saw her earn £31million in prize money.
But it was off the court she raked in the money with a further reported £231m in sponsorship and modelling deals with the likes of Nike, Evian, Porsche and TAG Heuer.
In fact, Sharapova was the highest-paid female athlete in the world across all sports between 2006 and 2016.
However, despite being one of the greatest female players of her generation, her legacy was tainted in 2016 as she received a 15-month ban for failing a drugs test with meldonium in her system.
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