Sharapova is set for a strong finish to a fine season that began with a doping ban and hit a high in China on Sunday when she won her first title in over two years.
The former world number one, who returned from the 15-month ban in April, defeated Belarusian teenager Aryna Sabalenka 7-5 7-6(8) in the final of the Tianjin Open on Sunday.
Sharapova said she was looking forward to building on the success next week in Moscow at the Kremlin Cup, a tournament she has not appeared at since 2007.
“Obviously coming there with the title already means a lot, but I do really want to finish strong,” said the Russian, who accepted a wild card for the event.
“I don’t remember the last time that I played three events in a row. But I will give it everything I have got and I know I have so many amazing fans there.