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Banned Tennis Star: Look Back at Sharapova's Grand Slam Wins
Maria Sharapova's career is in jeopardy after the Russian tennis player was suspended for two years for failing a drug test.
Russia's Maria Sharapova, who once held women's tennis No. 1 ranking, was suspended from tennis for two years on June 8, 2016, for testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open, and immediately responded by saying she would appeal the decision to sport’s highest court.
Major sponsors have distanced themselves from Sharapova who has been the highest-paid woman in sports for 11 years running.
Here's a look back at her five Grand Slam wins and other career highlights.
ABOVE: Sharapova poses in front of the Eiffel Tower with her trophy for winning the French Open on June 8, 2014.
Maria Sharapova poses at a premiere in Hollywood in 2008.
Sharapova is thought to be the world’s highest-paid female athlete due to endorsement deals and her extensive business ventures, including a high-profile candy line, Sugarpova. Forbes estimated her earnings at $29.5 million for 2015.