Russia's Maria Sharapova during her quarter final match against Spain's Garbine Muguruza REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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Maria Sharapova hit back at Serena Williams' accusations that the Russian's autobiography was "100 percent hearsay," insisting Wednesday that controversial references to her archrival are accurate.Sharapova and Williams were due to clash in the fourth round Monday but the American pulled out at the last minute of their eagerly awaited grudge match with injury.Sharapova insisted that the book contains no inaccuracies and defended her many references to Williams who has not lost to the Russian since 2004 .Sharapova suffered her heaviest defeat Wednesday at the Slams since her 6-3, 6-0 battering at the hands of Victoria Azarenka in the 2012 Australian Open final. It was her first quarterfinal at the majors since Melbourne in 2016 after which she served a 15-month doping ban.
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