Maria Sharapova got her tennis done early on Monday night.
The former No. 1 played in the first two sets of the night for the Orange County Breakers, women’s doubles and women’s singles, before a sold-out crowd at Palisades Tennis Club in Newport Beach. After that, she sat on the bench and cheered on her teammates.
Sharapova won both of her sets, and said after the match that her play had improved from her first World Team Tennis match of the season, last week in San Diego.
The team as a whole played better too.
Orange County edged San Diego, 22-19, for its third home win in as many nights at Breakers Stadium.
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