“I don’t want to end my career this way, and I really hope I will be given another chance to play this game,” Maria Sharapova said at a news conference Monday in Los Angeles, in which she admitted she she tested positive at the Australian Open for the banned substance meldonium.
“I don’t want to end my career this way, and I really hope I will be given another chance to play this game,” Maria Sharapova said at a news conference Monday in Los Angeles, in which she admitted she she tested positive at the Australian Open for the banned substance meldonium. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
“I don’t want to end my career this way, and I really hope I will be given another chance to play this game,” Maria Sharapova said at a news conference Monday in Los Angeles, in which she admitted she she tested positive at the Australian Open for the banned substance meldonium. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press

Tennis star Maria Sharapova admits she failed drug test, says ‘I made a huge mistake’

March 07, 2016 02:42 PM