Maria Sharapova has a lot to celebrate these days. She snagged a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics. She's ranked #2 in the world. And she's engaged to basketball hottie Sasha Vujacic.
She also has a killer body! Her lean, 6-foot-2 frame is the perfect backdrop for clothes - on and off the court.
Here are some of our favorites:
On the court
It's one thing to have endorsements. It's a completely different story to have your own tennis clothing line in collaboration with Nike and Cole Haan. "Nike Maria Sharapova Collection" launched in 2010, and has been surging ever since. Of course, Maria sports her own creations, which are chic and practical. One of our favorites is her "night dress" which is an amazing LBD made for the court. The dress, complete with an ultra-glam crystal collar, helped launch Maria into the upper echelon of sports fashion. Another court look we like is this fiery red dress with a sophisticated embellished neckline. This performance-ready two-layer dress is comprised of a dri-fit base with a watercolor mesh overlay. Cinched at the waist, it highlights Maria's toned body perfectly. Maria gushed: "I am equally excited about working with the design team at Nike to see how much more innovative we can get crossing fashion-forward designs with high-performance fabrics and silhouettes."
Off the court
Off the court, Maria is an all-star, too. We love her bold and daring fashion personality. This leopard-print dress worn with trendy black booties and statement earrings is adorable. And we were blown away by this exquisite J. Mendel goddess dress. When she appeared at the Pre-Wimbledon Party in June, we noticed that she'd switched up her glistening Antonio Berardi dress. The heavy, structured sleeves from the runway were gone, and in their place was a sleek, sleeveless silhouette. No matter how gorgeous she is, she never flaunts it. This flirty Oscar de la Renta dress left much to the imagination. In London, she took a risk with this floral blazer by Lisa Ho. True to form, though, she toned down the look by swapping the designer's floral top for a solid blouse instead.
Whatever she does, this Russian beauty keeps acing it. With or without a racket.