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Sharapova Suspension Reduced Because She Was Not An Intentional Doper

Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova has had her two year suspension reduced by the Court of Arbitration for Sport by nine months, which will allow Sharapova to make a return to competition in April 2017.
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