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Maria Sharapova's Blueprint to Return to Elite Form After Her Suspension

Maria Sharapova will be back on the WTA tour April 26, nine months earlier than the suspension she had received after testing positive for meldonium at the 2016 Australian Open. The five-time major-winning superstar expressed her joy at the decision. “ I’ ve gone from one of the toughest days of my career last March when I learned about my suspension to now, one of my happiest days, as I found out I can return to tennis in April,” she told the media, per BBC Sport.
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