The Associated Press
Maria Sharapova says she and coach Thomas Hogstedt have decided to "part ways" after nearly three years working together.
On her personal website, Sharapova says Hogstedt will be unable to travel in the immediate future, and that they both agreed she should find another coach.
Sharapova, who won three Grand Slam events from 2004-2008 but has won only the 2012 French Open title since, lost in the second round at Wimbledon this year. She says she expects to announce a new coach in a few days.
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