Maria Sharapova after the culmination of a long and arduous season on the WTA tour has now embarked upon one of the coolest vacations you will ever see from an athlete. Soon after calling an early end to her season in order to recover from various niggling injuries, the 5-time Grand Slam champion was seen exploring various locations in England including London and Cotswolds in the UK.
After her sojourn in the UK, Sharapova then took a quick jaunt to New York City in the US for promotional activities and the Russian beauty has now jetted off to the Necker Islands in the north of the British Virgin Islands to continue her long off-season vacation.
Necker Islands in a private island in the Caribbean owned by British billionaire and the mogul of the Virgin Group Richard Branson.
It is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the world for the rich and the famous and can accommodate 34 guests and six children.
Sharapova shared her tales from her brief vacation on her Instagram account and here are a few of those posts.
Sharapova first posted an update of her taking a private jet from New York which she would catch to fly off to her next tourist destination in the Caribbean.
She then posted an update from the beautiful location with a selfie which had a simple caption, ‘Island life.”
Sharapova then posted a black and white picture chilling outside her resort home with a chair in her hand in what appears to be a tennis court.
She then posted a picture of the serene locations, thanking Sir Richard Branson for playing a gracious host, writing on her Instagram, “After the fire and hurricanes, Necker Island is charming as ever! I first visited the island 8+ years ago, looked over to my mother and whispered “I’ve made it.” Thank you @richardbranson for these special few days.”
Finally, the Russian stunner flaunted some of the vacation wear which she had bought in sales throughout the year. She wrote in a cheeky caption, “You give a girl a mini vaca, she’ll pull out all her vaca gear she’s purchased on sales throughout the year.”