The former World No. 1 will be missing her sixth consecutive major and second Wimbledon in a row. Earlier that day, Sharapova had learned that she would not be given a wild card to the French Open at Roland Garros due to her doping ban.
After an additional scan, the muscle tear that I sustained in Rome will unfortunately not allow me to compete in the...
Maria Sharapova of Russian Federation during the match between Maria Sharapova of Russian Federation and Christina Mchale of U.S. during The Internazionali BNL d'Italia 2017 - Day Two at Foro Italico on May 15, 2017 in Rome, Italy.
The five-time Grand Slam victor is also scheduled to take part in the Wimbledon qualifying competition later in June, but it is unclear whether she will be able to take up her spot in Roehampton.
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Sharapova, the five-time Grand Slam victor, who returned from an imposed absence after serving a 15-month doping ban will now have to wait until the hard court season for her next competitive action.
The injury setback put paid to a planned British entry as a wild card from June 19 in Birmingham and also means Sharapova will not be part of Wimbledon qualifying.
She was wearing a bandage on her thigh at the time. On her return, Sharapova reached the semi-finals of the Stuttgart Open, but then made an early exit in Madrid before being injured in Rome.
She had been given a wild card for the Aegon Classic - a Wimbledon tuneup - in Birmingham later this month. I look forward to meeting you there next year.