The Bloom Of Aoshi Is Still Ten Years Old. Maria Sharapova, The Global Spokesperson For Tag Heuer, Won The French Open Singles Championship

She struggled hard for 20 years and won the world championship at the age of 17. On June 7, 2014, she went all out in the French Open with great pressure and worked hard for three hours. She finally won the French Open for the second time and once again won Susan Lang at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris. Glenn Cup. With her amazing talent and tireless efforts, she proved to the world that she can make history. She is Maria Sharapova, the new century queen of women’s tennis.

 Beautiful, wisdom and power co-existing Sawa has been working closely with TAG Heuer for the past 9 years, she is a woman with a unique TAG Heuer style-has a unique temperament and court The calmness and calmness of the training exudes a unique charm. At the moment when Shava held the French Open crown, the dazzling Calella Calibre 5 gold watches perfectly echoed the Susan Langren Cup on her wrist, witnessing this moment of glory and glory. Ten years of five Grand Slams, the character of a strong woman who never refuses to lose, and the ability to withstand stress that can always erupt in adversity once again help her return to the top of the world. She is not a vase, she is Maria Sharapova !!

 In delivering her award speech, Sharapova spoke many times and alternately expressed her feelings in French, English, and Russian with excitement. She said, ‘If I went back 7 years ago, I would never think I was At the age of 27, they can still win the French Open. ‘Only then did we find out how severe the test of competitive sports is for age, and how difficult it is for female athletes to occupy the top position in the world for 10 years. How many people have ever been glorious, but it’s just a glance; how many people have reached the top of the world, but they choose to retire early. And Sharapova, even though she is already a super rich with an annual income of more than 30 million U.S. dollars, is still pursuing her dream without fear of pain, hardship and rebirth. Ten years, with emotion.

 Beginning at Wimbledon in 2004, the US Open in 2006, the Australian Open in 2008, and the French Open in 2012, she won a career slam. She may already have a perfect ending to her career, but since her shoulder injury surgery, she Still working hard, never giving up returning to the top of the world from the top 100 rankings. In the 2014 French Open, Sharapova withstood the powerful shock of 90 generations of talented women such as Muguraza, Bouchar to Halep, and won life. The fifth Grand Slam trophy. Prove to the world once again that she is the Queen of Tennis.

TAG Heuer’s global image ambassador Maria Sharapova wears Calella Calibre 5 automatic watch to win Susan Langren Cup

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