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The International Tennis Federation hits back at criticism over handling of Maria Sharapova's drugs ban

The administrator of the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme denied it had sought a four-year ban for the former world No 1 and rejected suggestions by the Russian that its tribunal was 'not neutral'.
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