SHARAPOVA RIVALS ARE JEALOUS 'JOURNEYMEN', SAYS AGENT

Ben Rothenberg, a US-based tennis writer and podcaster, tweeted a statement Friday from Max Eisenbud, Sharapova's agent, decrying the five-time Grand Slam champion's critics.

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