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HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY !!! Maria Sharapova
Dartagnan
#1 Posted : Saturday, June 09, 2012 8:41:11 PM(UTC)
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                   Sharapova receives Kremlin congratulations


President Putin has congratulated Maria Sharapova on winning the French Open and occupying the top spot in the world women’s tennis rating table


http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_06_10/77730734/


Sharapova receives Kremlin congratulations            Награды Росии


Masha also received a "country" medal of II degree in April 2012,  the one in left side on the picture. 


The next medal will be the I degree, after the olympic games. 


 


"Путин выразил восхищение талантом Шараповой"


С победой Марию Шарапову поздравил президент России Владимир Путин. Он направил теннисистке телеграмму. "Путин в направленной на имя Шараповой телеграмме особо отметил ее победы во всех турнирах серии "Большого шлема", - сообщил пресс-секретарь президента Дмитрий Песков. По его словам, "Путин выразил восхищение талантом Шараповой, ее великолепным мастерством и потрясающей работоспособностью".


The president of Russia Vladimir Putin has congratulated Maria Sharapova in a telegram for her victory at Roland Garros 2012, her talent in tennis and her hardworking in tennis. 


Медведев пожелал Шараповой новых побед


Премьер-министр РФ Дмитрий Медведев на своей странице в Facebook поздравил теннисистку Марию Шарапову с победой на теннисном турнире "Ролан Гаррос", отметив ее великолепную игру. "Дорогая Maria Sharapova! Поздравляю Вас с триумфом на кортах Парижа! На Открытом чемпионате Франции Вы показали великолепную игру. Вся Россия, миллионы болельщиков искренне переживали за Вас и желали Вам победы. Благодаря успеху на Roland Garros Вы вновь стали первой ракеткой мира и единственной в нашей стране теннисисткой, выигравшей все турниры "Большого шлема". Верю в Ваши силы, талант и целеустремленность. Удачи и новых побед!" - написал Медведев.


The prime Minister of Russia, Medvedev wishes Maria Sharapova new Victories in tennis. 


Medvedev congratulates Maria Sharapova in his facebook page for her victory in Roland Garros and her excellent tennis.


He told her that Russia and millions of fans supported her during the final. He added that Maria Sharapova's victory made her the number one in WTA ranking  and the unique tennis player in Russia who won the Fourth title of the Grand Slam


Medvedev believes in Maria's efforts, talent and her determination. 


We wish you new victories !!!! 


http://rus.ruvr.ru/2012_06_09/77660298/


                               

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#2 Posted : Saturday, June 09, 2012 11:25:55 PM(UTC)
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thanks for the translation, darty!
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Dartagnan on 6/10/2012(UTC)
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#3 Posted : Sunday, June 10, 2012 3:31:54 AM(UTC)
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Yes, thanks Dart for this great post. President Putin was the first at Wimbledon already...

he keeps up the great tradition for RUSSIA...

http://youtu.be/kMZfXN1UOpw


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#4 Posted : Tuesday, June 12, 2012 2:25:06 AM(UTC)
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good luck masha :-) thanks for translation :-)
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Dartagnan on 6/12/2012(UTC)
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#5 Posted : Tuesday, June 12, 2012 8:56:09 AM(UTC)
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Can't wait to see Maria wear the 1 degree medal soon. Thanks for the post.
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, June 12, 2012 4:15:26 PM(UTC)
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Sharapova Could Carry Russian Flag at London Ceremony - Minister


                   Sharapova receives Kremlin congratulations


President Putin has congratulated Maria Sharapova on winning the French Open and occupying the top spot in the world women’s tennis rating table


http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_06_10/77730734/


Sharapova receives Kremlin congratulations            Награды Росии


Masha also received a "country" medal of II degree in April 2012,  the one in left side on the picture. 


The next medal will be the I degree, after the olympic games. 


Sharapova Could Carry Russian Flag at London Ceremony - Minister


Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova is a leading contender to carry the Russian flag at the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko told R-Sport on Tuesday.


Her potential rivals for the post include wrestlers


“Masha [Sharapova] is a worthy athlete, and she is actually one of the contenders for this position,” Mutko said.


The decision is by no means certain to go in Sharapova’s favor, he said.


“There is a special selection procedure; there is a range of candidates.”


“First, the captains will vote, and then the nomination should be approved at the meeting of the Olympic Committee Executive Board to be held from July 10 to 11.”


Two-time Olympic champion pole-vaulter and world record holder Elena Isinbayeva is not on the list, he said.


Athletes who will compete the day after the ceremony are not eligible because of its lengthy duration, he added.


The ceremony itself will last over three hours, and athletes spend a long time waiting before and after the event.


This year's opening ceremony will reportedly include 70 sheep and 10 chicken as part of a rural theme.


On Saturday, Sharapova won the French Open and became only the 10th female tennis player to complete a career Grand Slam.


She also regained the world No. 1 spot from Victoria Azarenka for the first time since a long injury layoff in 2008 and 2009 saw her drop out of the top 100.


http://en.rian.ru/sports/20120612/173992922.html

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#7 Posted : Wednesday, June 13, 2012 3:40:15 PM(UTC)
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Yes the dream of Masha comes true, she is going to carry the russian flag at the Olympic games in London. 


I guess everybody knows that Masha wanted to carry the flag in 2008 but unfortunatly she had a shoulder injury. 


Maria Sharapova is pride to carry the flag of her country because she loves her country and her people love her. Everybody in Russia is happy to know that Maria is going to carry the Russian flag because Maria is not only an excellent athlete but she is also a nice person. Maria Sharapova accepted to carry the flag of her country with pleasure, it was a proposition of the President of the Russian Olympic CommitteAlexander Zhukov. 


Have you watched Masha's face during the Ceremony of the French Open final? 


When the music of the Russian national anthem started, she looked the russian flag, cried&smiled. This smile was her most beautifull smile. She was very happy. Her dream comes true. 


Sharapova to Carry Russian Flag at London Olympics


BEAUTIFULL VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/w...;feature=player_embedded 



Maria Sharapova




"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#8 Posted : Wednesday, August 08, 2012 8:33:18 PM(UTC)
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Medvedev congratulates Sharapova



Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has congratulated tennis player Maria Sharapova on her winning the silver medal at the Olympics in London.


In a telegram sent to the athlete, the head of government noted that Sharapova has confirmed the high status of Russia in world tennis.



Medvedev wished her new victories.


INTERFAX, RIAN


                       


"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#9 Posted : Tuesday, October 30, 2012 6:44:34 PM(UTC)
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Sharapova named Russia's 2012 best tennis player




мария шарапова олимпиада 2012

Second seed Maria Sharapova has received the Russian Cup prize as the country’s best tennis player of 2012.



She received the prize before the official ceremony which will be held only on November 16.


Sharapova is in Moscow for a quick visit as part of an advertising campaign.


Voice of Russia, TASS



http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_10_30/Sharapova-named-Russias-2012-best-tennis-player/

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#11 Posted : Wednesday, October 31, 2012 4:35:27 PM(UTC)
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HaShomer 2;320219 wrote:


 It's great that the Russian President and Prime Minister, Putin and Medvedev appreciate Maria's tennis talent, but they are not  good men.  In fact, they are EVIL men.    


HaShomer 2


 



You can keep your comments for yourself. Show me a politician who is an Angel and I will tell you that you are A LIAR. 


Do not judge, or you too will be judged.


So It is better for YOU 'HaShomer 2' to think about the trouble of your politicians in your country. 


Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? 

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Sharapova is a Real Russian Patriot - Tennis Chief


 


Maria Sharapova


 


07/03/2013


 


MOSCOW, March 7 (R-Sport) - Maria Sharapova is a "real Russian patriot" despite her US lifestyle, Russia's tennis chief Shamil Tarpishchev said Thursday.


 


The Florida-based sporting icon faces occasional criticism that she pays too little attention to her homeland, playing the Fed Cup only when it suits her Olympic qualification aspirations.


 


"Despite the fact that she was raised in America, Maria is a real Russian patriot," Tarpishchev told R-Sport.


 


Sharapova, 25, was born in the Western Siberian town of Nyagan but moved to the United States when she was seven.


 


She has since been absorbed into US pop culture, often appearing on chat shows where tennis talk is little more than an icebreaker for the more meaty themes of fashion and style.


 


And despite Sharapova being one of the world's top-earning female athletes with sponsorship deals taking her income into the tens of millions of dollars, Tarpishchev insists that fame and fortune have not changed her.


 


"Sharapova is all about the image," he acknowledged. "But this is one fantastically gifted player. ... These contracts don't knock her, she doesn't suffer from the dizziness that can come with stardom."


 


As Russia's Fed Cup captain, Tarpishchev has to manage Sharapova's whims when it comes to representing her home country.


 


She was accused in some quarters of only playing in 2008 and 2012 to get into Russia's Olympic team for the Beijing and London Games.


 


http://en.rian.ru/sports...atriot-Tennis-Chief.html

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Dartagnan;322151 wrote:


Sharapova is a Real Russian Patriot - Tennis Chief


Maria Sharapova


07/03/2013


MOSCOW, March 7 (R-Sport) - Maria Sharapova is a "real Russian patriot" despite her US lifestyle, Russia's tennis chief Shamil Tarpishchev said Thursday.


The Florida-based sporting icon faces occasional criticism that she pays too little attention to her homeland, playing the Fed Cup only when it suits her Olympic qualification aspirations.


"Despite the fact that she was raised in America, Maria is a real Russian patriot," Tarpishchev told R-Sport.


Sharapova, 25, was born in the Western Siberian town of Nyagan but moved to the United States when she was seven.


She has since been absorbed into US pop culture, often appearing on chat shows where tennis talk is little more than an icebreaker for the more meaty themes of fashion and style.


And despite Sharapova being one of the world's top-earning female athletes with sponsorship deals taking her income into the tens of millions of dollars, Tarpishchev insists that fame and fortune have not changed her.


"Sharapova is all about the image," he acknowledged. "But this is one fantastically gifted player. ... These contracts don't knock her, she doesn't suffer from the dizziness that can come with stardom."


As Russia's Fed Cup captain, Tarpishchev has to manage Sharapova's whims when it comes to representing her home country.


She was accused in some quarters of only playing in 2008 and 2012 to get into Russia's Olympic team for the Beijing and London Games.


http://en.rian.ru/sports/20130307/179866847/Sharapova-is-a-Real-Russian-Patriot-Tennis-Chief.html





The misconceptions are contrived propaganda, and Russian sources are often as guilty as Western. Notice how the largely irrelevant months in a Nyagan  apartment are stressed and her entire Sochi childhood ignored.  That's to serve the "stupid hype"--that silly "Siberian Siren" tag--when she doesn't even remember the Urals! Wikipedia gets it better:


Maria Sharapova's parents, Yuri and Elena, are from Gomel, Belarus. Concerned about the regional effects of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident, they left their homeland shortly before Sharapova was born. When Sharapova was two, the family moved to Sochi. There her father befriended Aleksandr Kafelnikov, whose son Yevgeny would go on to win two Grand Slam singles titles and become Russia's first world no. 1 ranked tennis player. Aleksandr gave Sharapova her first tennis racquet at the age of four, whereupon she began practicing regularly with her father at a local park. She took her first tennis lessons with veteran Russian coach Yuri Yutkin, who was instantly impressed when he saw her play, noting her "exceptional hand-eye coordination."


At the age of six, Sharapova attended a tennis clinic in Moscow run by Martina Navratilova...


Shamil has watched Masha all along. You think he was not involved with her being at that Moscow tennis clinic? It's leaked out before that Yutkin and/or Kafelnikov drew Tarpischev's attention to her at age 5! Navratilova (actually scouting Eastern Europe & Russia on behalf of IMG) was shown the best kiddies Russia had. Shamil knows all about her.


The so-called "criticism", I dismiss altogether--because the same critics have no problem when the Great American Sweathawg exhibits open contempt for Fed Cup and USTA in fact mechanics the rules to make Serena Olympic-eligible whether or not she did the required FC appearances. They can't have it both ways, so I don't listen to a damned word about the Russian while the American gets a pass.


 

"That's the way the world works... right now." --Maria Sharapova at 17
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#14 Posted : Friday, March 08, 2013 7:37:45 AM(UTC)
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HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY MARIA SHARAPOVA !!!


We wish you a lot of health and courage in your job.


Remember that you are the best russian tennis player in russian history. 


We are very happy for you.


Love your parents a lot so God will help you. 


We love you 


Maria Sharapova

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