The Russian world No 5 was compelled to pull back from the Brisbane International a week ago with the affliction, starting reasons for alarm she may miss the first grand slam of the year which starts on Monday.
Australian Open 2017 Live Scores FreeThe 2008 Australian Open champion and a year ago's runner-up selected to touch base in Melbourne ahead of schedule to rehearse instead of look for matches at one of the other warm-up tournaments occurring the nation over this week.
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Read More : Australian Open Live Stream Online FreeThe 28-year-old, who missed the U.S Open a year ago in light of a leg harm, was among a quartet of top players who were an uncertainty for Melbourne on account of bothering sicknesses.
Maria Sharapova in Australian Open 2017 NewsWorld No 1 Serena Williams (knee), Simona Halep (Achilles) and Garbine Muguruza (foot) all hauled out of matches a week ago however Sharapova said it was justifiable for players to be careful in front of a major.
"What I think everybody must sees the master plan and that is something that I pondered – you need to do what you can to be solid and be a part of the grand slam 2017 so once in a while that is a choice you need to make."
Maria Sharapova won her first always meeting with Karolina Pliskova 6-3, 6-4 to hit back for Russia in the Fed Cup last against holders Czech Republic in Prague on Saturday.
World No 6 Petra Kvitova prior returned from a set down to beat 28th-positioned Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on the hardcourt O2 Arena 2-6, 6-1, 6-1 as the champions took a 1-0 lead.
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Huge hitters Sharapova, the world No 4, and eleventh positioned Pliskova exchanged breaks part of the way through the first set however the Russian, playing just her fifth Fed Cup tie, added another in game eight to outpower her opponent.
The 23-year-old Pliskova softened Sharapova right on time up the second set, however Sharapova, 28, crushed spirit twice to win the set as Pliskova misused three break focuses in game eight.