"Must be the bread roll, I had the other night," she tweeted during one of her "Ask Maria Sharapova" (#AskMS) interactive Twitter conversations.
The latest Maria Sharapova pregnancy rumors got started when Novini reported that the four-time Grand Slam champ visited a maternity clinic in Los Angeles, Calif., twice – once in Sept. and again a month later for a "follow-up".
Naturally, that erroneous report was followed by inferences that she was having Grigor Dimitrov's baby, but nothing concrete has come to light.
Unlike Sharapova, her boyfriend, whose been romantically linked to Serena Williams, has yet to address the pregnancy/baby gossip publicly.
However, the two lovebirds were seen spending quality time together in Sweden and 'Masha' has been very active on social media as of late.
Sharapova has not only made it clear that she's not pregnant, discarding the reports as false, but she's also indicated she's almost ready to make her return to the WTA.
Sharing pictures of her training and rehab, as she continues to recuperate from a lingering shoulder injury, "The Siberian Siren" is confident she'll be back on the court in no time.
"I wish there is tournament in three weeks," she recently wrote on Twitter.
Do you think the rumors are false and that Maria Sharapova is really not pregnant? If so, where did these gossip magazines and newspapers get their information about her and Grigor Dimitrov having a baby?