Maria Sharapova wants to "move on" from Serena Williams feud

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Maria Sharapova attempts to draw a line under the recent public spat with Serena Williams.

Maria Sharapova has attempted to calm her feud with Serena Williams by a drawing a line under their recent spat.

The pair got into a public war of words over their personal lives ahead of Wimbledon, which began yesterday.

"I've said everything that I wanted to say about the issue," the Daily Mail quotes Sharapova as saying.

"Wimbledon started. This is my work. This is my job. I'd really appreciate it if we move on."

The Russian pro began her campaign with a straight-sets win over Kristina Mladenovic.

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Maria Sharapova celebrates her win over Kristina Mladenovic  on June 24, 2013
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