Sharapova reached the semi-finals of the Porsche Grand Prix in her first tournament since returning from a 15-month drugs ban
The Russian beat Anett Kontaveit 6-3 6-4 in Stuttgart
Sharapova defeated Makarova 7-5, 6-1 and will play rising star Anett Kontaveit of Estonia for a place in the semi-finals of the Porsche Grand Prix
Canadian tennis player Bouchard said that Sharapova is no longer one of her idols after serving a 15-month drugs ban
Federal Medical-Biological Agency head Vladimir Uiba has crowed that Russia has found 'several drugs which are not banned and work significantly better than meldonium'
Five questions that will be answered during this year's clay-court swing
The former world No 1 returns to action at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, playing her first match on Wednesday, April 26, which is the day her suspension ends
She will return to tennis on April 26
Sharapova will return to tennis in April once her 15-month ban has expired after the WTA handed her a wild card entry
Sharapova will be allowed to play tennis again in April 2017 and will continue her work with the United Nations
After appearing in a recent charity event alongside John McEnroe and Andy Roddick, Sharapova is now due to play Garbine Muguruza in December. But what sort of message does this send?
Sharapova made the claims in her first television interview after the Court of Arbitration for Sport reduced her ban from two years to 15 months
Sharapova tested positive for meldonium in January
Sharapova said she 'can't wait to start the program' after posting a picture of her outside the Harvard Business School on Facebook
Sharapova has been banned for two years for taking the banned substance meldonium
Sharapova will not be able to play again until January 2018 but two of her main sponsors will continue to work with the shamed Russian athlete