Inside the mind of Maria Sharapova

 

The actress I would like to play me in a film about my life Gwyneth Paltrow.

If I wasn't a tennis player, I would be An architect.

I never travel to a tournament without My phone.

My favourite city on the Tour Probably Tokyo.

The last place I went on holiday Thailand.

My favourite restaurant A Russian place in New York.

My favourite shop on the tour Rick Owens in Paris.

The last film I watched That's a good question. I'm watching a show called The Good Wife. I haven't seen a movie in a while.

The last music I listened to Florence and the Machine.

The last meal I cooked was I made a salad the other day. Does that count as a meal, ha ha? I can't say whether it was good or not. Everyone ate it, though, so I imagine that it was good.

The last joke I laughed at Erm, I laugh at the most stupid things.

The last time I was recognised in public In the Wimbledon Village.

The last time I broke a racket was Usually during the first few practices of the clay-court season.

Grass, hard or clay? Oh, grass.

Sand or snow? Sand.

Which superpower would you choose – to be invisible or fly? Invisibility, always.

If I was in a karaoke bar, the song I would choose is Do You Believe in Love by Cher. I sing it all the time. It's my go-to song.

If I won the Lottery I would spend it on I feel as though I have already won the Lottery. I would give it away to charity.

This article first appeared on The Tennis Space: www.thetennisspace.com

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