Maria Sharapova launches candy collection in London for Wimbledon

Maria Sharapova makes a statement in a & # 39; everyone deserves love & # 39; slogan T-shirt as she launches candy collection in London for Wimbledon

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She bounced back from a six-month injury with a win over Viktoria Kuzmova at the Mallorca Open tournament earlier this month.

And Maria Sharapova, 32, kept her busy schedule as she launched a new candy collection Sugarpova on Thursday evening in the Kingdom of Sweets in London.

The tennis star, scheduled to go to the Wimbledon Court in July, made a statement when she wore a white slogan T-shirt with the text: & # 39; EVERYONE EARN LOVE & # 39 ;, in honor of June & # 39; s Pride Month.

Hard work: Maria Sharapova, 32, kept her busy schedule while launching a new candy collection Sugarpova in the Kingdom of Sweets in London on Thursday evening.

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Hard work: Maria Sharapova, 32, kept her busy schedule while launching a new candy collection Sugarpova in the Kingdom of Sweets in London on Thursday evening.

With an effortlessly chic figure, the sportswoman shook a pair of black joggers tied with lively platform trainers.

The Russian beauty kept accessories to a minimum for her appearance while wearing a simple gold bracelet.

With her locks styled in a straight way, she complemented her naturally radiant complexion with minimal makeup.

Clear screen: the tennis star made a statement when wearing a white slogan T-shirt with the text: & # 39; EVERYONE EARN LOVE & # 39 ;, in honor of Pride Month

Clear screen: the tennis star made a statement when wearing a white slogan T-shirt with the text: & # 39; EVERYONE EARN LOVE & # 39 ;, in honor of Pride Month

Clear screen: the tennis star made a statement when wearing a white slogan T-shirt with the text: & # 39; EVERYONE EARN LOVE & # 39 ;, in honor of Pride Month

Less is more: Russian beauty kept accessories to a minimum for its appearance while wearing a simple gold bracelet

Less is more: Russian beauty kept accessories to a minimum for its appearance while wearing a simple gold bracelet

Busy: she is scheduled to go to court in Wimbledon in July
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Busy: she is scheduled to go to court in Wimbledon in July

Less is more: Russian beauty kept accessories to a minimum for its appearance while wearing a simple gold bracelet

Earlier this month, she launched her triumph comeback with a 7-6 (8) 6-0 first win over Viktoria at the Mallorca Open.

The Russian five-time Grand Slam champion, who had to undergo surgery with a right shoulder injury since January, saved a few set points in a tight opening in a glowing sunshine, but quickly swept through the second.

Earlier this year, the blonde had to participate in the Italian Open, but had to withdraw due to her shoulder injury.

Radiant: The blonde seemed cheerful when she signed her signature for fans
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Radiant: The blonde seemed cheerful when she signed her signature for fans

Radiant: The blonde seemed cheerful when she signed her signature for fans

Full of awe: a fan could not contain her delight as Maria wrote on her T-shirt with a Sharpie pen

Full of awe: a fan could not contain her delight as Maria wrote on her T-shirt with a Sharpie pen

Full of awe: a fan could not contain her delight as Maria wrote on her T-shirt with a Sharpie pen

Colorful: with an effortlessly chic figure, the sportswoman shook a pair of black joggers tied with lively platform trainers

Colorful: with an effortlessly chic figure, the sportswoman shook a pair of black joggers tied with lively platform trainers

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Colorful: with an effortlessly chic figure, the sportswoman shook a pair of black joggers tied with lively platform trainers

Natural glow: with her hairstyles styled in a straight way, she supplemented her radiant complexion with minimal makeup

Natural glow: with her hairstyles styled in a straight way, she supplemented her radiant complexion with minimal makeup

Natural glow: with her hairstyles styled in a straight way, she supplemented her radiant complexion with minimal makeup

The organizers in Rome announced in May that their place in the draw for the tournament will be taken by the 45th-placed Viktoria Kuzmova from Slovakia.

The sportswoman said in February that she had a & # 39; small procedure & # 39; on her right shoulder that would take a few weeks to heal.

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Maria added that since halfway through last year she has been struggling with shoulder pain caused by a frayed tendon and a small tear.

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