Sharapova’s First Live TV Interview Since Her Suspension From Tennis Was Reduced
NEW YORK – October 4, 2016 — Tennis star Maria Sharapova will sit down with Matt Lauer in her first live television interview since her two-year doping suspension from tennis was reduced to 15 months. The live, in-studio interview will air tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5 on NBC News’ TODAY.
The interview will be available on TODAY.com following the broadcast.
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