Apparently tennis great Maira Sharapova will be spending her free time while appealing her two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation for using a banned substance hitting the books at Harvard Business School:
Not sure how this happened but Hey Harvard! Can't wait to start the program! ?? pic.twitter.com/EOoKYhaQli
— Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) June 25, 2016
Well, it not that big a mystery how it happened, is it?
I have a couple of ideas about how it happened. https://t.co/GRWhNA66Wx
— Brian Phillips (@brianphillips) June 26, 2016
It happened because you got banned from tennis m8 https://t.co/ikzCeASWpe
— keewa (@keewa) June 26, 2016
"Not sure hiw this happened" ?
When you have the coins… https://t.co/7aON8RDTb5
— Danny The Lucky Guy (@MrProdigy555) June 25, 2016
I wonder what her GMAT score was. https://t.co/o0vQw3P58a
— Mohamed El Dahshan (@eldahshan) June 26, 2016
And you knew the race card was coming:
Hmm think it might rhyme with might bivledge https://t.co/HM2bKBYyd2
— •﹏• (@Nxriia) June 26, 2016
Affirmative action. https://t.co/Hiefqzjm7H
— Dwayne David Paul (@DwayneDavidPaul) June 26, 2016
Although there is some question of what she’s actually going to be doing at Harvard Business School: is she in the actual business school or one of their executive programs that are open to all?
This Implies she's enrolled at Harvard. Instead, she's taking a short course. Just another "misunderstanding." https://t.co/OZ3fTTHeXy
— Merlisa (@merlisa) June 26, 2016
Maria Sharapova announces via her app that she is in Boston currently as she will start a business executive program tomorrow at Harvard.
— Parsa (@Parsa_Nemati) June 25, 2016
Regardless of which program she’ll be attending, Sharapova is already at Harvard in a way. She’s the subject of an HBS case study on marketing:
Hopefully she can take this class anonymously and then tell all the other students how wrong they are as they discuss it.