Maria Sharapova talks about her love for architecture
Former world No.1 Maria Sharapova opened up about her love for architecture during her appearance on Sports Business Radio. Traveling the world as a professional tennis player, Sharapova began to take an interest in architecture.
Sharapova also expressed her admiration for her favorite architect Frank Gehry. “One of the things I liked about my travels was the architecture,” Sharapova said. “It started with my love for Frank Gehry, who is an amazing and incredible architect to this day and who designs some of the most avant-garde and interesting buildings and homes.”
Sharapova was an absolute fan of Gehry’s work. “My goal as a young girl was to find a building designed by Frank Gehry,” Sharapova said. “Because they were so distinct and so obvious in their appearance, every time I went to Prague or Australia my mission was to find one and photograph it for my mother.”
Sharapova is proud to have been able to provide for her family
Sahrapova’s family didn’t have much when she moved to Florida in 1994 and the Russian was determined to be successful in tennis and be able to support her family.
“Looking back on it now, I’m incredibly proud that I was able to support myself and my family.” Sharapova wanted financial stability so that she could take good care of her family. “It’s an accomplishment, but it’s a sense of security, isn’t it? It’s the feeling that I know I can take care of their health, I can make them happy and they will. be fine, ”Sharapova added. .
In addition, Sharapova recalled her famous ‘I feel pretty’ commercial for Nike in 2006. “Shoot a big production and then go to the US Open and launch it during the US Open and this is the first US Open that we have. I win, it’s was incredibly special, ”admitted Sharapova.