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Trying to get back to the U.S. Open quarterfinals for the first time since winning the 2006 title, Maria Sharapova found herself trailing in the final set against Nadia Petrova when some rain came.
Thanks in part to a little pep talk, Maria Sharapova returned to the U.S. Open quarterfinals for the first time since winning the title in 2006.
On days like these, when so little goes right and so much goes awry, Maria Sharapova tosses away the strategies and scouting reports her coach devises and, well, does whatever it takes to win.
None of the drama-packed story lines coming into the Australian Open involved the Great Wall of China.