One of the most popular tennis star Maria Sharapova, on Tuesday had her two-year tennis ban for the purpose of doping lessened to 15 months by the Lausanne-based CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport).
This 29-year-old Russian tennis star found positive for ‘meldonium’ banned solutions amid January’s Australian Open, however the world’s top games court cut the underlying two-year boycott by nine months.
In its decision the CAS “found that Ms Sharapova conferred a hostile for anti-doping rules violations and that’s assumed as the ‘no significant fault’. However, she has successfully bore some degree of faults, for which an assent of fifteen months is proper”. Sharapova straightforwardly conceded that she had been taking meldonium for a long time in order to treat her diseases, a heart issue and a magnesium lack.
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