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Sharapova was originally banned for two years
Tennis can be the most parochial of sports: one that froths at the mouth whenever a four-letter obscenity is uttered or a racquet is smashed
The Russian was handed the original ban following a positive test for the drug meldonium
Sharapova stunned the sporting world in March when she announced that she had tested positive for meldonium
Maria Sharapova's career was in tatters after she was given a two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation
Maria Sharapova is one of four Russian players named to compete in women’s singles at the Olympics in Rio
Sharapova stunned the world in March when she said she had returned a positive test for the Latvian-made heart medication
Sharapova, the world’s highest-paid sportswoman, claimed to have been taking meldonium on doctor’s orders for 10 years
Meldonium was banned on January 1 and WADA said there have since been 172 test failures
The lollipop comes with a ticket bearing a photo of Sharapova and the slogan: ‘100% Sharapova; no meldonium’
Sharapova, the highest-paid woman in world sport, has been losing sponsors ever since she announced the failed test
Sharapova, who tested positive for the banned drug meldonium at the Australian Open in January, is facing a suspension of up to four years
World number two Andy Murray says Maria Sharapova should be banned after her positive test for meldonium and questioned the Russian’s use of the ...
Since Sharapova admitted using meldonium, Russian sports officials have said a number of other competitors have taken the substance
Sports apparel giant Nike Inc and German carmaker Porsche, a Volkswagen AG unit, responded by suspending their sponsorship deals
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, the highest-paid woman in sports, failed a drug test at the Australian Open
Maria Sharapova and Simona Halep withdrew from the Brisbane International after suffering injuries
A leg strain ruled Sharapova out of the U.S. Open and she pulled out of her comeback match in Wuhan with a forearm injury last month
Williams left few in doubt that the pursuit of Steffi Graf's 22 titles and Margaret Court's 24 will continue
Kerber will have to recover quickly as she faces Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard on Wednesday
The Russian tennis player tried to brighten the mood after her loss at the Australian Open
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