Five-times Grand Slam Champion Maria Sharapova banned from tennis for two years for anti-doping rule violation

Maria Sharapova  and Five times grand Slam champion has been officially banned from the sport for two years by the Anti-doping Agency for violating the doping Rule.  maria earlier this year after competting at the Australian Open tested positive for a banned substance called Meldonium which she had been using as medication for over 10 years.  the 29 year-old Professional Tennis Player made a confesson to the Press in Los angeles Hotel  saying:  'I take responsibility for my professionalism in my job and I made a big mistake. I know there will be consequences and I don't want to end my career this way. I really hope I will be given another chance to play tennis again. I can't blame anyone but myself. I have let my fans down.'   The International Tennis Federation earlier confirmed that she will be provisionally suspended from the sport but a final decision has now been reached on her case, today June 8th.  According to a new statement released, As a consequence of the drug violation, Maria will be ineligible to play tennis for two years starting from January 2016. The ban was backdated due to her prompt admission rather than denial.


The 26th  ranked Female Tennis Player, Maria Sharapova  and Five times grand Slam champion has been officially banned from the sport for two years by the Anti-doping Agency for violating the doping Rule.


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maria earlier this year after competing at the Australian Open tested positive for a banned substance called Meldonium which she had been using as medication for over 10 years.


The 29 year-old Professional Tennis Player made a confession to the Press in Los Angeles Hotel  saying:


‘I take responsibility for my professionalism in my job and I made a big mistake. I know there will be consequences and I don’t want to end my career this way. I really hope I will be given another chance to play tennis again. I can’t blame anyone but myself. I have let my fans down.’





The International Tennis Federation earlier confirmed that she will be provisionally suspended from the sport but a final decision has now been reached on her case, today June 8th.


According to a new statement released, As a consequence of the drug violation, Maria will be ineligible to play tennis for two years starting from January 2016. The ban was backdated due to her prompt admission rather than denial.


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