Wimbledon 2012: Maria Sharapova Will Win Her First Wimbledon Title Since 2004
Maria Sharapova is the best women's tennis player in the world and will win her first Wimbledon title since 2004. Sharapova will use her natural abilities to dominate the competition early on in this year's tournament and can win a match against anyone who gets put in front of her.
Sharapova is tennis's No. 1 women's player according to the WTA. As an athlete, she's hitting her prime as an athlete as she is just 25 years old. That combination is deadly enough for her to win a title in these next two weeks. However, these are not the only factors that will lead to her victory over her 127 other competitors.
Competition at Wimbledon is dynamic this year, but still not enough for Sharapova.
The competition at this year's Wimbledon is amazing. There are quite a few ranked players including every one of the top eight players in the world. She will have arguably the best field she has ever faced with names like Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and Agnieszka Radwanska all competing in this year's field.
But despite having one of the toughest years for competition in her career at Wimbledon, Sharapova is hitting her stride and playing on a surface that gives her an advantage. She will be able to take on any and all comers in this year's tournament and should be able to prove why she is ranked the No. 1 player in the world.
Power and fast surfaces play to Sharapova's advantage.
What makes Sharapova downright scary is her power game, and playing on the ridiculously fast surfaces at Wimbledon will only help to succeed at this year's event. Even on the slow clay surface at Roland Garros, she dominated the competition to achieve her first French Open victory this year. Her overall power combined with the fast surface at Wimbledon will lead to her domination.
Maria has 24 victories on grass and hard court surfaces and will end up with a 25th after this year's Wimbledon. Her natural talent combined with the conditions of the tournament will eventually make her a tennis legend by becoming one of just 22 players to have ever won two titles at the English tournament.
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