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Tennis-ITF reviews how it informs players of banned drugs

Oct 4 (Reuters) - The International Tennis Federation (ITF) will review the process by which it informs players of substances added to its prohibited list after the ban it handed down to Maria Sharapova was reduced on Tuesday.
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