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Maria Sharapova told a news conference Monday she was impressed with the Russian women's tennis team
Maria Sharapova, the world's No. 1 female tennis player, told a news conference Monday she was impressed with the Russian women's tennis team. "Way to go!" the 18-year-old tennis player said. "I know how hard it is to win a trophy [the Federation Cup] two times in a row." Sharapova said she did not know whether she would play for the national team in the 2006 Fed Cup. "I refused to play this year because I was not in proper physical shape for that. I do not know about next year, but I want to and I will play in the future," she said. Following the news conference, Shamil Tarpishchev, the president of the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF), awarded Sharapova with a pin of Russia's prominent master of sports and the Russian Cup prize for the best 2004-2005 female tennis player.
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