Maria Sharapova has enrolled at the Harvard Business School for a two-week course this summer. The Russia tennis player posted a picture of herself on Facebook and Twitter at the prestigious university.
She wrote: ‘Not sure how this happened but Hey Harvard! Can’t wait to start the program!’
Her agent Max Eisenbud said on Monday that the program involves two classes on campus. Eisenbud wasn’t clear what certification.
With her keen interest in business, Maria Sharapova owns sweet company Sugarpova, which brands itself as ‘a premium candy line that reflects the fun, fashionable, sweet side of international tennis sensation Maria Sharapova’.
Sharapova was handed a two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation after she tested positive for meldonium in January. Maria Sharapova cannot play a Grand Slam until the French Open in 2018. She has said she will fight the ruling because she did not intend to break doping rules.