Celebrate Maria Sharapova's birthday with a gallery of all of her WTA titles - starting with Tokyo in 2003.
It didn't take long for her to win WTA title No.2 - she conquered Québec City shortly after winning Tokyo.
Sharapova defeated Tatiana Golovin in the Birmingham final in 2004 - the third-youngest WTA final ever.
And then, probably her most famous title - Sharapova took Wimbledon by storm just a few weeks later.
Sharapova came alive in the fall for the second straight year, beginning with a title run in Seoul...
... and another one shortly afterwards at Tokyo [Japan Open], beating Mashona Washington in the final.
She then battled back from 4-0 down in the third set to beat Serena Williams in the WTA Finals final.
Sharapova captured three WTA titles in 2005, beginning with the Premier-level Tokyo [Pan Pacific] crown.
She then followed it up with another Premier-level title a few weeks later, prevailing over in Doha, Qatar.
Sharapova's 10th WTA title came at Birmingham in 2005, beating fellow future World No.1 Jelena Jankovic.
Five more WTA titles followed for Sharapova in 2006, beginning with her first career Indian Wells crown.
The Russian then kicked her summer hardcourt season into high gear with a title run in San Diego.
And she peaked at just the right time - Sharapova won her second Grand Slam title at the US Open.
But she wasn't done for 2006 - she took the fall indoor season by storm too, first conquering Zürich...
... and then capturing her 15th WTA title in Linz, just before the season-ending WTA Finals in Los Angeles.
Though she finished the year in the Top 5, Sharapova brought in only one WTA title in 2007, at San Diego.
She began 2008 with a bang Down Under though, winning her third Grand Slam title at the Aussie Open.
And she then kept her winning streak alive in Doha - her second time winning that Premier-level event.
In April, Sharapova defeated Dominika Cibulkova at Amelia Island for her maiden WTA clay court title.
It took a while after shoulder surgery, but Sharapova won her 20th WTA title at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] in 2009.
She got back to title-winning regularity with two International-level titles in 2010, starting with Memphis...
And then Strasbourg - the second WTA clay court title of her career after conquering Amelia Island in 2008.
She got back to the Premier-level winner's circle in 2011, beginning on the slow clay courts of Rome.
And then a dramatic victory against Jankovic brought her another Premier-level title over in Cincinnati.
Sharapova's domination of the 2012 clay court season brought her three WTA titles - first, Stuttgart.
And then her first successful WTA title defense in five years in Rome, edging Li Na in a nail-biting final.
Sharapova then became the second active player to complete a Career Grand Slam at Roland Garros.
Sharapova's 2013 season brought her two Premier-level titles, beginning with Indian Wells in March...
And then another triumph on the clay of Stuttgart, beating Chinese trailblazer Li in the final.
Sharapova won four WTA titles in 2014, beginning with her milestone 30th career WTA title in Stuttgart.
She then continued her domination of the clay court season with a Premier Mandatory triumph in Madrid.
And she wrapped it up at the big one, capturing her second French Open - and fifth overall major title.
Sharapova won her fourth WTA title of 2014 at another Premier Mandatory-level tournament - Beijing.
The Russian megastar kicked off her 2015 campaign with the 34th WTA title of her career at Brisbane.
She captured her milestone 35th WTA title at the 2015 edition of her beloved Internazionali BNL d'Italia.