Maria Sharapova is often called one of the best fighters in the women's game. But against Ana Ivanovic, she never got the gloves on, writes Bonnie DeSimone.
Teen phenom Michelle Larcher de Brito could follow fellow Bollettieri proteges Monica Seles and Maria Sharapova to the top, but we'll have only a brief glimpse of her -- for now.
The last time they met, Serena Williams pummeled Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open final. The two meet again, this time in the fourth round at the Sony Ericsson Open.
Maria Sharapova did it all in 2006: she won, she wailed, she was pretty. But she was not ESPN.com's Player of the Year. Bonnie DeSimone recaps the season.
Bonnie DeSimone gives you the players worth watching in 2007. (And we're not talking about Federer, Nadal or Sharapova.)
Maria Sharapova was impressive in winning the U.S. Open title in straight sets, and defensive in answering questions after the match. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
It will be style versus guile in the women's U.S. Open final. Bonnie DeSimone previews the final between two of the game's more enigmatic personalities.
Tatiana Golovin has never beaten Maria Sharapova. Sharapova never breezes when she plays Golovin. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
Last week, she was the fifth best player in her own country. Now, Svetlana Kuznetsova is on the map after a win over Maria Sharapova.
From noon to midnight, from Sharapova to Federer, Bonnie DeSimone was all over the Nasdaq-100 Open on Thursday watching the best players in the world.
From Hingis' comeback to Sharapova's health, Bonnie DeSimone previews the 2006 season on the WTA Tour.