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Sharapova said she had been taking the drug since 2006 to help deal with a magnesium deficiency and other health issues, but wasn't aware the World Anti-Doping Agency had added it to the list of prohibited substances this year because she hadn't looked at the updated list.
Halep, the defending women's champion in the Indian Wells event that started Wednesday, called it 'a tough moment for the sport, a bit disappointing,' and Kvitova said 'I hope it will not affect the tennis world.
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There was time that I wasn’t sure how to deal with both things in the same time. Istomin, the bespectacled world number 117, showed the effects of a demanding tournament following his sensational second-round upset of six-time winner Novak Djokovic.
I hope that the fans will still like tennis.'Nadal said he lets his doctor keep track of the changes on the prohibited substance list and is '100 percent confident with my team' and knows everything he is taking. Not happy: Simona Halep (left) called it 'a tough moment for the sport, a bit disappointing,' and Petra Kvitova said 'I hope it will not affect the tennis world.
I hope that the fans will still like tennis' Another pro: Men's star Rafael Nadal termed it 'terrible for the world of sport in general and for our sport especially.' 'It's terrible because the sport must be clean and must look clean,' Nadal said The Institute of Biochemistry - Center for Preventive Doping Research, German Sport University Cologne said of the drug: 'Anti-ischemic drug Mildronate demonstrates an increase in endurance performance of athletes, improved rehabilitation after exercise, protection against stress, and enhanced activations of central nervous system (CNS) functions.' 'It's difficult to imagine that something like this can happen, but there's always mistakes. I want to believe that for sure it's a mistake for Maria, she didn't want to do it, but there's always (the possibility) that it's negligence.
Maria Sharapova will make her professional tennis comeback following a doping ban at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart in April.
The 29-year-old, who has won all four Grand Slams, is currently serving a 15-month ban after testing positive for cardiac drug meldonium last January. 1 is eligible to compete again on April 26 and she will play her first match on that date.