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polarbear01
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:49 PM
I find this link with an short audio interview.
She talks about her mother

this is the link http://ubaldoscanagatta.com/

The blog is a bit a mess, anyway there is this interesting audio file

spiritedenergy
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:06 PM
who cares?:weirdo:

Andy.
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:09 PM
who cares?:weirdo:
Here we go again. You come into a thread that doesnt concern you because you hate Masha and you have to make a negative comment. Some people do care, so there is no need to come in here with attitude and make comments like that.

spiritedenergy
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:14 PM
Here we go again. You come into a thread that doesnt concern you because you hate Masha and you have to make a negative comment. Some people do care, so there is no need to come in here with attitude and make comments like that.

negative comment? This post doesn't make any sense in GM. At this rate next time someone will post a video of her on the toilet as a great news:tape::lol:

saint2
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:16 PM
who cares?:weirdo:

If this theard would be called for example "Ana talks of her mother", You would not bitching here, would You?

Andy.
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:16 PM
negative comment? This post doesn't make any sense in GM. At this rate next time someone will post a video of her on the toilet as a great news:tape::lol:
Look we all you do it get a reaction and to piss people off so in future I should really just ignore comments from you about Masha.

spiritedenergy
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:24 PM
If this theard would be called for example "Ana talks of her mother", You would not bitching here, would You?

Yes I would. I've always posted things relevant to tennis about Ana.:)

DokicPova
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:40 PM
spittedenergy is so obsessed with maria :help:

vadin124
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:40 PM
Yes I would. I've always posted things relevant to tennis about Ana.:)

if you don't like a post then you should just shut up and get over it and post your nonsense somewhere else...personally i am not even a Masha fan and i am interested to see what she says about her mother as you only really hear about Yuri as far as Maria is concerned

it's interesting to see different aspects of Maria's life

i think

Natash.
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:47 PM
Yes I would. I've always posted things relevant to tennis about Ana.:)

Sadly, most of your posts in this board tend to be about Maria. :lol: :tape:

Cakeisgood
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:49 PM
Sadly, most of your posts in this board tend to be about Maria. :lol: :tape:

Agreed.

slamchamp
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:52 PM
who cares?:weirdo:what about the thread u made about "OMG Ana apeared in an italian magazine!!!"?:rolleyes:

spiritedenergy
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:53 PM
OMG I wrote a post and got 10 answers in reply saying the same, which will turn in 5 badreps saying the same: "you are so obsessed with Maria get a life". This is a public forum and a forum is open for discussion. If you post this kind of stuff in GM what do you expect? That everyone will idolatrize Sharapova as you do for the most insignificant things? :weirdo:

cypher_88
Mar 11th, 2008, 11:58 PM
i love stupiddenergy's posts. :hearts: all are the same: This message is hidden because spiritedenergy is on your ignore list. :hearts:

miffedmax
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:03 AM
Interesting interview. I'm always a little curious about these mysterious parents we never see much of . . . (naturally for me, Lena D's dad leaps to mind).

miffedmax
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:05 AM
i love stupiddenergy's posts. :hearts: all are the same: This message is hidden because spiritedenergy is on your ignore list. :hearts:

Actually, even if you don't have him on ignore, his posts are pretty much all the same.

Slutati
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:05 AM
Honestly I couldn't care less what Masha has to say about her mom but a lot of people do, so I don't see anything wrong with people posting these kinds of stuff.

sweetpeas
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:12 AM
so true..Papercut.Totaly agree,with you:wavey::bounce::cool:!!!!!!But it could
of went in ,Marie forum!!!!!!!:D:bounce::lol:Just like those other"s beautiful WTA player"

Dan23
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:16 AM
Actually, even if you don't have him on ignore, his posts are pretty much all the same.:lol: true

some interesting stuff there....not what she'd be expecting in an post-match interview

slamchamp
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:17 AM
Honestly I couldn't care less what Masha has to say about her mom but a lot of people do, so I don't see anything wrong with people posting these kinds of stuff.true I couldn't care less when spiritedenergy made a thread about ana appearing in an italian magazine, but other people did:shrug:

spiritedenergy
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:24 AM
It's a very interesting Italian blog by the way. I'll bookmark it:angel:

And of all the nice articles you picked that one:weirdo:

ZeroSOFInfinity
Mar 12th, 2008, 02:48 AM
:yawn:

The Battle of The WTA Futures rages on...

pov
Mar 12th, 2008, 03:27 AM
I think it's fine to post whatever one wants about whichever player one wants. Still, wouldn't it make more sense for the thread to be in the Sharapova section?

WIMBLY2004
Mar 12th, 2008, 04:27 AM
People, why feed the intention to the intention whore? That's exactly what stupidenergy craves for, obviously it doesn't come to this forum to discuss tennis considering what most of its posts are about, it's just here for the attention it can't get from the real world.

DA FOREHAND
Mar 12th, 2008, 04:47 AM
Maria has a mom? Is she hideous? Does she suffer from agoraphobia(s/p)?

goldenlox
Mar 12th, 2008, 11:40 AM
Mother is the quiet power behind queen Sharapova



Defending champion has relied on one constant during a whirlwind year

Eleanor Preston
Saturday June 18, 2005
The Guardian (http://www.guardian.co.uk/)


Maria Sharapova is sitting on her own watching the rain fall on the All England Club's Aorangi Park practice courts, her ever-present mobile phone in hand. There is no entourage, no security guards, and no reminders that this is one of the world's most famous and photographed sportswomen about to begin the defence of her Wimbledon title. Instead, with her long blonde hair tied back and with a T-shirt and sweatpants on, she looks like any other willowy 18-year-old, idly texting her friends and sighing heavily at the dreary English weather. Of course, as anyone who watched Sharapova bulldozing Serena Williams in last year's Wimbledon final knows, as a player and as a marketable asset, she is anything but ordinary.

Since the Wimbledon victory that launched a thousand magazine covers, Sharapova has picked up a $6m (£3.3m) sponsorship deal with Motorola, is regularly seen on our TV screens touting deodorant and, from September, will add to the ever-expanding range of products she endorses by bringing out her own perfume. Yet, for all that, the enduring image of that day was watching her desperately trying to ring her mum from Centre Court to tell her that she had just achieved a lifetime's ambition at the age of just 17.

"I forgot she was on a plane to New York, which is why I couldn't get through," Sharapova remembers. "At the end of the match, she saw on the TV in the plane that I was trying to call her. She went up to the stewardess to ask if she could turn her phone on and talk to me but my mum is not the kind of lady to jump up and down."
Yelena Sharapova leaves that to her husband, the voluble and excitable Yuri. Though he is often the focus of attention in his daughter's support group, it is clear that her mother is an equally important, though quieter, influence. Perhaps the mother/daughter bond was strengthened by the fact that they were separated for two years when Sharapova, accompanied only by Yuri, first went to train in Florida at the age of seven.
"She doesn't like the spotlight or to be around the tennis world," says Sharapova, who admits that she and Yelena speak several times a day and that her mother has the unenviable task of sifting through all of her daughter's fan mail.
"I talk about everything with her. She's always the first person I call when I'm feeling down. You might wake up and feel like everything's wrong, you've been on the road for eight weeks and you've got another four to go, and of course I have those moments all the time. I call and say, 'Mum, I want to go home.'"
It was Yelena who insisted on taking her daughter out of pre-school and teaching her at home.
"I get a lot of things from my mum. I've always admired her," says Sharapova. "She's very down to earth and very intelligent in a lot of things she does. She's always taught me to be educated."
Her daughter has had a different kind of education during the last year, a whirlwind 12 months of lucrative deals, showbiz parties and, she insists, most importantly, several giant strides towards being a better tennis player. Sharapova capped her glittering 2004 season by winning the year-end WTA Tour Championships and in January reached the Australian Open semi-finals and had three match points against Serena Williams before the American gained a modicum of revenge for that Wimbledon humbling.
Sharapova is currently within touching distance of the No1 ranking and seems destined, sooner or later, to overtake Lindsay Davenport as the best player on the planet. Nothing, though, compares to that victorious Saturday afternoon in SW19.
"I don't think anything can top winning Wimbledon," she says. "Ever since I came here as a junior, this was my favourite tournament. I always wanted to win it. To be able to do that, so quickly and so unexpectedly, to win your favourite grand slam first is not just great, it's overwhelming. On the plane home afterwards I was sitting next to my agent and he kept waking me up and saying: 'Did you win Wimbledon? Am I dreaming?' That was pretty funny." She gives a girlish giggle at the memory, like any 18-year-old recounting something, to use the teenage vernacular, really, really cool. If last summer's triumph and the year that has followed it are anything to go by, Sharapova is more than capable of doing something even cooler by making it two Wimbledon titles in a row. Perhaps her mum had better leave her phone on this time.

http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/1717/mariaandmomkm1.jpg

kjn
Mar 12th, 2008, 01:30 PM
OMG I wrote a post and got 10 answers in reply saying the same, which will turn in 5 badreps saying the same: "you are so obsessed with Maria get a life". This is a public forum and a forum is open for discussion. If you post this kind of stuff in GM what do you expect? That everyone will idolatrize Sharapova as you do for the most insignificant things? :weirdo:

As you said a forum is a place where you are free to discuss WHATEVER the topic might be. We, Maria fans have the right to talk about her as you are free to talk about Ana until you drop. We aren't dumb, we know no matter what happens there will be people who don't like her. So you just have to back off if you don't have anything good or SIGNIFICANT to say. You have the choice in your hands, either ignore it or post something else.

DA FOREHAND
Mar 12th, 2008, 03:47 PM
Nice to finally see the woman she was spawned from. Nice change from Yuri's ugly scowling mug.

esquímaux
Mar 12th, 2008, 04:43 PM
who cares?:weirdo:LOL! Truthfully, that was my first thought :rolls:

Edward.
Mar 12th, 2008, 05:01 PM
who cares?:weirdo:

You're so tedious.

Did Maria steal your fucking dummy or something?

DA FOREHAND
Mar 12th, 2008, 05:18 PM
LOL! Truthfully, that was my first thought :rolls:

LOL I see your point. Why is this news? Well probably because Maria's mom has been a ghost for most of her career.

bellascarlett
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:30 PM
true I couldn't care less when spiritedenergy made a thread about ana appearing in an italian magazine, but other people did:shrug:

:rolls: True.....couldn't care less about that as well but since I didn't care, I didn't bother going into it. As someone mentioned, he posts more about Maria. :hearts: Maria's more worth talking about of course. :lol:

spiritedenergy
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:38 PM
:rolls: True.....couldn't care less about that as well but since I didn't care, I didn't bother going into it. As someone mentioned, he posts more about Maria. :hearts: Maria's more worth talking about of course. :lol:

maybe you didn't go because you were jealous?:lol:

Il Primo!
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:43 PM
maybe you didn't go because you were jealous?:lol:

Dude. Everyone is bulldozing your ass right now. Just quit this thread, stop embarassing yourself.

bellascarlett
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:55 PM
maybe you didn't go because you were jealous?:lol:

I didn't go simply because as you said..."WHO CARES?! :weirdo:"

:lol:

I love it when you expose trolls for the hypocrites they are...:hearts:

serenus_2k8
Mar 12th, 2008, 07:33 PM
Nice to finally see the woman she was spawned from. Nice change from Yuri's ugly scowling mug.

:haha: Funny, but out of line. :devil:

spiritedenergy
Mar 13th, 2008, 12:20 AM
I didn't go simply because as you said..."WHO CARES?! :weirdo:"

:lol:

I love it when you expose trolls for the hypocrites they are...:hearts:

wow are you a mirror?:tape:

Dan23
Mar 13th, 2008, 12:47 AM
wow are you a mirror?:tape:
then maybe you should look into it :p

until this stops happening in threads about Maria then you have no leg to stand on:

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toasino
Mar 13th, 2008, 01:34 AM
who cares?:weirdo:

If you are not interested then don^t read the post, but DO shut up!!

slamchamp
Mar 13th, 2008, 01:52 AM
maybe you didn't go because you were jealous?:lol:jelous about?:shrug:

79gigi
Mar 14th, 2008, 03:04 AM
I find this link with an short audio interview.
She talks about her mother

this is the link http://ubaldoscanagatta.com/

The blog is a bit a mess, anyway there is this interesting audio file

It may be that the blog www.ubaldoscanagatta.com looks like a mess at the beginning because it seems to be just Italian. As a matter of fact instead is multingual and through the International Press link you can read all the tennis stories which have been written around the world without the need of surfing yourself.

mankind
Mar 14th, 2008, 03:32 AM
I wonder what Yelena sees in Yuri.

Slutati
Mar 14th, 2008, 03:42 AM
I wonder what Yelena sees in Yuri.
He's probably well equipped like Radek.

mankind
Mar 14th, 2008, 04:47 AM
He's probably well equipped like Radek.

But what did she see in him in the first place to find out? :unsure: