She may not be Elle Woods, but this certainly sounds like a "Legally Blonde 3" in the making. Tennis star Maria Sharapova posted on Twitter that she is putting down the racket for a while (because she's banned for alleged doping) and heading to the prestigious college your grandmother wished you attended, Harvard University.

Currently, the ban is set to run until the beginning of 2018, but the athlete is in the midst of an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport to shorten her suspension.

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Luckily, when you're Sharapova you can enroll at one of the top schools in the country for a two-week long summer certificate program, which involves only two courses. Sign us up!

The five-time grand slam champ opened her own entrepreneurial candy business called Sugarpova, where she sells all her favorite treats to her fans. Now, she'll be parading around the halls of Harvard University with other professional athletes and celebrities.

Time to hit the books Sharapova.