Tennis

Maria Sharapova pulls out of Rogers Cup

Maria Sharapova has pulled out of next week's Rogers Cup with an injured right leg.

No. 2-ranked tennis player out with injured leg

Russia's Maria Sharapova withdrew from the Roger's Cup in Toronto with a leg strain. (Pavel Golovkin/The Associated Press)

Maria Sharapova has pulled out of next week's Rogers Cup with an injured right leg.

The WTA announced her withdrawal from the U.S. Open hard-court tuneup tournament on Friday.

Sharapova, a five-time major champion, has not competed since losing to Serena Williams in the semifinals at Wimbledon last month.

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