Maria Sharapova

Murray says Sharapova deserves ban for cheating, Christie differs, for her aerobic shape

Murray says Sharapova deserves ban for cheating, Christie differs, for her aerobic shape

Andy Murray specks out against Maria Sharapova again. The Russian tennis star has been suspended for two years from tennis. Sharapova firstly clarified that she was not aware of the fact that Meldonium was in the ITTF’s forbidden list of drugs. Even, Sharapova confessed saying, “I did not check e-mails, sent by the ITTF where it was mentioned that Meldonium had been listed with other banned drugs.

Sharapova blessed by her sponsors in her tough days

Sharapova blessed by her sponsors in her tough days

Most graceful female tennis star of recent era, Maria Sharapova has gained support from her longtime sponsors in spite of the fact that she is suspended. Sharapova has previously said that she would fight for her suspension as her top sponsors Nike, Head and Evian are standing by the Russian. At the time of the failed test, Nike said it was putting its eight-year, $70m-deal on hold. But recently the multi-national company has conveyed to continue the relationship with the tennis star.

Sharapova banned for two years, plans to move to CAS

Sharapova banned for two years, plans to move to CAS

3. A five-time Grand Slam champion and one of the highest paid female sport stars, Maria Sharapova has been banned for two years till Jan 25, 2018. The International Tennis federation (ITF) tribunal declared that she unknowingly committed a doping breach.
Formerly, Sharapova tested positive for meldonium on January 26 has been announced two months back at the Australian Open. meldonium is a heart medication that improves the blood flow and allows the players to recover faster from injuries. It was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s forbidden list on January 1.

Sharapova could be freed as banned Meldonium-dispute takes a turn

Sharapova could be freed as banned Meldonium-dispute takes a turn

In an interesting twist of the sensational incident where Maria Sharapova has been facing a provisional ban for last one month, the Russian star might be freed. The reason is that the scientists of World Anti Doping Agency {WADA} have not been to detect the after effect of Meldonium, the banned drug according to Wada list after January 1, 2016. And Sharapova had confessed that she has been taking Meldonium for last 10 years.

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