Maria Sharapova is full of surprises.
Just when her detractors and critics believed that she must be moping around waiting and hoping for the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to reduce or revoke her suspension, Sharapova—the magician—pulled out a rabbit from her proverbial hat.
The long-legged Russian beauty is going to school at Harvard.
The shrewd businesswoman that she is, Maria probably realised that time spent away from the court can be best utilised learning how to run her Sugarpova business better.
While it sounds like a wonderful idea, it’s also an opportunity for her to reflect on her particular situation.
James Blake who spent two years at Harvard but dropped out to pursue his tennis career had some advice for the suspended player.
Sharapova is the not the only woman player to opt for Business Administration when returning to studies.
Venus Williams is a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Indiana University East.
The tuition fees and living costs is small change for Sharapova who presides over a multi-million dollar empire.
The DNA India titled their report on the news flash:
Real woman of substance: Maria Sharapova to go to Harvard Business School
That seems a tad overdone but there are worse things Maria Sharapova could do away from the sport.
Update: Sharapova will be attending a two-week executive education program at Harvard—not the full-fledged MBA.
Her agent, Max Eisenbud, told The Associated Press that it involves just two classes on campus.
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