Maria Sharapova knocked out of French Open after being thrashed by Garbine Muguruza

GARBINE MUGURUZA thrashed Maria Sharapova to underline her title credentials.

Muguruza, the 2016 champion, destroyed the 2-time Roland Garros winner 6-2 6-1 in 70 minutes of embarrassingly one-sided tennis.

 Maria Sharapova was beaten easily by reigning French Open champion Garbine Muguruza

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Maria Sharapova was crushed simply by reigning French Open champion Garbine Muguruza

Muguruza stated: “I’m very happy. It’s 1 / 4 remaining and I’m enjoying an amazing champion.

“Right now I needed to convey my greatest tennis. I’m very happy with my efficiency.

“It’s getting harder and harder, however I really like these rounds, I really like the French Open and I’m simply excited to maintain enjoying matches.”

Muguruza dominated from first ball to final, breaking the Russian’s serve initially of the match and on the finish.

 Muguruza, the 24-year-old Spanish third seed, has not dropped a set at Roland Garros

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Muguruza, the 24-yr-previous Spanish third seed, has not dropped a set at Roland Garros
 Reigning Wimbledon champion Muguruza is in the semi-finals of the French Open

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Reigning Wimbledon champion Muguruza is within the semi-finals of the French Open

As soon as the Spaniard discovered her vary, Sharapova appeared powerless to cease her.

The Russian was responsible of throwing in double faults and errors at dangerous occasions however she was actually given little probability to impose herself.

It stays unclear whether or not Serena Williams will regain sufficient type and health to be a Grand Slam champion once more, particularly after she pulled out of her conflict with Sharapova.

However the Russian’s poor show greater than a yr into her comeback should increase critical questions on whether or not she will carry one other Main title.

And Wimbledon 2017 queen Muguruza, on this kind, have to be favorite to say this yr’s crown in Paris and maybe exchange Williams as the main drive in ladies’s tennis.

 Muguruza will face either Romania's world No1 Simona Halep or Germany's Angelique Kerber in the last four

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Muguruza will face both Romania's world No1 Simona Halep or Germany's Angelique Kerber within the final 4

Sharapova later responded to Serena Williams' feedback earlier this week on her autobiography.

Williams described Unstoppable: My Life So Far as "one hundred% rumour" and claimed to be stunned that Sharapova had spoken a lot about her in its pages.

Sharapova stated: "Properly, I feel it will be unusual for me to not embrace somebody that I’ve competed towards for therefore a few years.

 Two-time French open winner Sharapova managed to win only three games

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Two-time French open winner Sharapova managed to win solely three video games

"I feel there’s a lot of autobiographies out on the earth, particularly within the sporting world, that don't essentially discuss whether or not they have been rivals or somebody they competed towards.

"And I feel we performed many matches. Some of these matches have been very defining for me. It might be very unusual, I feel, if I didn't write something about her. I feel everybody would ask me questions, as properly.

"Once you're writing an autobiography, I don't assume there’s any purpose to put in writing something that's not true."

Bikini-clad Maria Sharapova cools off within the sea after a tough exercise on the health club

GARBINE MUGURUZA thrashed Maria Sharapova to underline her title credentials.