Unexpected visitor disrupts Maria Sharapova’s practice session in Beijing

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 | 0

Maria Sharapova’s practice session was briefly disrupted on Wednesday as the Russian tennis star hit the courts of National Tennis Centre in Beijing, China.

Sharapova, who is scheduled to compete at the China Open beginning next week, took to Instagram to share a photo of a ladybug that interrupted her training.

“Catching ladybugs,” the 29-year-old wrote to her 2.8 million followers along with a snapshot of herself trying to trap a ladybug’s way with her hands.

Sharapova, who hasn’t played since losing in the fourth round of the US Open earlier this month, had accepted a wildcard into the WTA premier mandatory event in Beijing.

The tournament also features the likes of world No. 1 Garbine Muguruza and former top-ranked players Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki among others.

Catching ladybugs ????

A post shared by Maria Sharapova (@mariasharapova) on

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