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“Maybe that match helped me make some tough decisions.” The Russian, whose next tournament will be in Madrid in two weeks’ time, has no formal agreement with Hogstedt – “We’re just taking it one week at a time” – but said she admired the Swede’s work ethic. “I expect that from myself because as the competition gets tougher and the years go by everyone’s putting in the work.” Asked why she thought she had suffered so many physical issues in the last 12 months, Sharapova said: “Looking back to almost a year ago, I played three events in a row and I don’t think my body was necessarily ready for that type of level.I had a pretty tough injury to get through and I missed a Grand Slam after that. I think it’s a combination of a few things, but definitely something I have to be a little smarter about looking into the future.” She added: “I haven’t played many tournaments since I came back and that’s just the reality of it.I think [I need] to listen to my body a little bit better, maybe not go into matchplay when I’m just not ready and not be so stubborn.” Barring injuries, Sharapova will play in Britain for the first time for three years this summer.She is already included in the field for the Nature Valley Classic at Edgbaston, where she last played in 2010.Litlhare Tsena ke Tse entsoeng ka Bobebe ba hore Bana Ba Lisebelise, ‘me Li Matlafalitsoe Ho Latela Tekanyo ea Boima Ba Ngoana, Lihlalosoa ele Lipilisi Tse ka Qhibiliang Kahara Metsi, le Tatso e Tla Thabeloang ke Bana, ele Hore Ba se Nyahame Ha Ba Lokela Ho Linoa.
“I want that matchplay, but obviously coming off of losing a match like this doesn’t necessarily give you those matches for the next 10 or 11 days until the beginning of Madrid, so that’s always a little bit of a tricky situation.
“I’ve said a few times that I think it would be silly if my ultimate goal for the next 12 months or the next two years would be to win a smaller event, even though that’s good preparation and you want to be holding trophies no matter what size they are and where they are in the world.” Sharapova had her chances against Garcia, who had looked nervous at the start and lost the first set on a single break of serve after double-faulting in the second game.
The world No 7 also went a break down at the start of the deciding set but levelled at 2-2, broke again to lead 5-4 and served out for victory after two hours and 44 minutes.
The Season Finale The Nitto ATP Finals is the year-end climax to the ATP World Tour season.
The event, which features only the world's best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams, is contested in a round-robin format with the best four players and doubles teams reaching the knockout semi-finals stage.
The Russian's last competitive match on the WTA Tour came at the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open, which she exited at the quarter-final stage following a straight-sets defeat to Serena Williams.