Maria Sharapova moved by crisis
INDIAN WELLS, Calif. -- Maria Sharapova can't help but follow Japan's nuclear crisis as it unfolds 25 years after the 1986 blast in Chernobyl.
The three-time major champion and native of Russia wore a T-shirt noting the anniversary of the explosion to her post-match news conference Monday at the BNP Paribas Open.
"It's crazy and something that you can't even prepare for," Sharapova said about the Japanese crisis. "It happens, and you see the coverage on it and the videos and it's ...
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