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28-Jan-2020 17:47

For all the arguments about her treatment here, the cosy accommodation of someone coming back from a doping suspension, the 30-year-old Russian continued to provide the kind of drama and attention that the season's final Grand Slam wanted when they controversially spared her the qualifying rounds.This was another gripping contest, but ultimately Sharapova paid for her lack of matchplay coming into the event and the exertion required to get through earlier rounds, which included the epic opening-night dismissal of second seed Simona Halep.The world of tennis has seen some intense rivalries over the last hundred odd years, but none as bitter as the one between Sharapova and Serena.The Russian, who moved to the United States when she was seven, states in her book that she was never enamoured or overawed by the Williams sisters.Having sealed the second set, Sevastova had to stew for more than six minutes while the Russian left the court.Whatever the intention, she did not disrupt the Latvian's rhythm as she raced to a 3-0 lead, at which point Sharapova summoned the trainer on to treat blisters.

Roger Federer may well be the greatest men’s tennis player of all time, but he surprisingly does not lead the list of highest earners.

With that painful, earsplitting shriek she is an intimidating presence, and it was much to Sevastova's credit that she did not buckle inside the sport's biggest stadium.

Her concentration just about survived the Russian's long toilet break at the end of the second set and treatment for blisters in the decider.

The red carpet laid down for Maria Sharapova at the US Open ran out on Sunday night, when she was beaten by the unheralded 16th seed Anastasija Sevastova.

Granted a wildcard and given residency on the main Arthur Ashe Stadium, Sharapova was beaten 5-7 6-4 6-2 by the Latvian, who now faces resurgent American Sloane Stephens in the quarter-finals.

Roger Federer may well be the greatest men’s tennis player of all time, but he surprisingly does not lead the list of highest earners.

With that painful, earsplitting shriek she is an intimidating presence, and it was much to Sevastova's credit that she did not buckle inside the sport's biggest stadium.

Her concentration just about survived the Russian's long toilet break at the end of the second set and treatment for blisters in the decider.

The red carpet laid down for Maria Sharapova at the US Open ran out on Sunday night, when she was beaten by the unheralded 16th seed Anastasija Sevastova.

Granted a wildcard and given residency on the main Arthur Ashe Stadium, Sharapova was beaten 5-7 6-4 6-2 by the Latvian, who now faces resurgent American Sloane Stephens in the quarter-finals.

The full rebirth of Sharapova's career awaits more than five months on from her return, but she has shown that she remains a formidable opponent.