Is Maria Sharapova Tying the Knot With Boyfriend George Dimitrov, Sharapova Denies Marriage Rumors

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By Rachelle Corpuz | September 16, 2013 12:29 PM EST

Hang on, boys! Don't start crying like a baby. Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova is still going to remain single.

Sharapova was previously engaged and set to marry basketball player Sasha Vujajic before, but the two broke it off and parted ways in 2012. Now, she is currently dating the Bulgarian tennis player George Dimitrov who is World No 28. Dimitrov was also rumoured in the past to have dated fellow tennis player Serena Williams.

Anyway, Sharapova missed the 2013 U.S. Open due to an injury but she knows how to stay in the limelight. She recently appeared on Chelsea's talk show where she promoted her candy line, Sugarpova.

The rumours of Sharapova getting married all started when she was seen sporting a ring on her left finger during the New York Fashion Week. The ring doesn't really look like an engagement ring, but everyone has gotten so curious about it.

She was interviewed by iconic TV and radio host, Larry King, and there, she put the rumours to bed. She completely denied every rumour about her getting engaged.

"I am not getting married, not that I know of," Sharapova said when she was asked about the issue.

Well, who would know it better than her! She didn't elaborate much why she wore the "so-called engagement ring" on her left finger, but made it clear that she is not walking down the aisle any time soon.

 Sharapova and Dimitrov were not very open about their relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend. It was only made official when they were pictured together after Dimitrov loss against World No 1 Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open. Only then that she confirmed that they were really dating.

So there you have it! Sharapova, herself, is not getting married soon, not just yet. All of you guys can now breathe a sigh of relief.

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