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“The Olympics is one of the most important times in an athlete’s career,” said Maria Sharapova.
“I can’t wait to see all the athletes take their game to the next level, especially in sub-zero temperatures.
Strycova complained of a poor day on serve but ended her semi-final over Garcia with an ace.
"I don't know how, but I made three good serves in the final game," said the 29-year-old with one career title from Quebec five years ago.
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The French player won the second set and was up a break 1-0 in the third before Strycova managed a final push to victory, Both women produced 43 unforced errors, with Strycova breaking six times.
At the 2012 Summer Olympic Games—Sharapova’s Olympic debut—she won a silver medal in women’s singles, losing the gold to American tennis star Serena Williams.
Italy's Sara Errani and Czech Barbora Strycova will clash for the title at the Dubai Tennis Championships on Saturday after both battled through at an event reeling after early exits for all seeds.
Errani reached her second final on Friday, defeating Ukrainian Elina Svitolina 6-4, 6-4.
As part of a court dedication ceremony in her honor, Maria, along with the help of local girls from the Evgeniy Kafelnikov Tennis Academy, reopened the court for play and spoke passionately about her early career, what the court means to her and what it means to be back home in Sochi for the Winter Olympics.
In 2007, a shoulder injury sidelined Sharapova and contributed to a series of losses, but she was still ranked among the top 5 women’s tennis players at the end of that year.
Strycova outlasted Caroline Garcia of France 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in a battle of momentum shifts lasting for two and a quarter hours.