Maria Sharapova in the Moncler's board?

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Maria Sharapova in the Moncler's board?

Maria Sharapova is a candidate to join Moncler's board of directors. Double R, former Rph-Ruffini holding holding, owner of 54,414,063 ordinary shares of the company led by Remo Ruffini, presented the list of candidates for the appointment of the board, including Maria Sharapova.

Sharapova, CEO of Sugarpova candy, is investing in fashion. During her disqualification from the Meldonium case in 2016, she enrolled in a course at Harvard Business School. Some days ago, about the Ukrainian war, Maria said on her social media: "With each day that goes by, I am more and more heartbroken and deeply saddened by the images and stories of families and children affected by this escalating crisis in Ukraine.

I am donating to Save the Children’s crisis relief fund, an organization working tirelessly to provide food, water, and aid kits to support those in need. Please join me in making a donation. I pray for PEACE and send my love and support to all those affected.

Link in my bio to donate."

Maria Sharapova's career

Maria Sharapova has won five Grand Slam tournaments (1 Australian Open, 2 Roland Garros, 1 Wimbledon and 1 US Open) and became one of ten players in history to have completed the Career Grand Slam, a milestone reached on 9 June 2012 with the victory of his first Roland Garros.

She also boasts 36 singles tournaments, including the WTA Finals in 2004, and twelve Premier category tournaments. She has occupied the first position of the world ranking in singles on five different occasions, for a total of 21 weeks, becoming the first Russian player in history to lead the top of the rankings.

She became number one for the first time at age 18 on 22 August 2005 and for the last time in July 2012. She has been awarded the ESPY Award for best tennis player five times (2005, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2014). Maria, engaged to Alexander Gilkes, a British art dealer, has also dedicated herself to the launch of a furniture collection in collaboration with Rove.