Maria Sharapova is determined to get back on the tennis courts while she could face a heavy suspension for his positive test to a controversial drug, meldonium. “I am committed to playing tennis again, I hope I get the chance to do it,” insisted the Russian 28 years on his Facebook page. “I would not have to go through this, but this is the case and I’ll get there,” she assured a long message, his first since she announced Monday its positive control.
According to the British Journal of Sports Medicine is a study that found that 490 athletes, including 13 medalists, have consumed meldonium at the European Games in Baku in 2015 that prompted WADA to place the drug on the list doping products as of 1 January 2016. the study is based on information provided voluntarily by athletes and medical teams, as well as the doping controls during the competition involving 6,000 athletes.
At Indian Wells in California, where the world circuit met, the tennis world was still reeling Wednesday in the image of the Polish Agnieszka Radwanska. “Nobody expected that, it was a sad day for tennis.” “I’m sorry for her, but she was negligent and should bear the consequences, our sport is clean”, reacted to his by Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard explained that he left his doctor monitor changes to the list of banned substances, he was “100% confident in my team” and he knew all the products it consumed. But he added that there was never any guarantees. “Everyone can make mistakes. I really want to believe that this is a mistake in the case of Maria. “With AP