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Maria Sharapova makes her return to the tennis court for first time since positive drug test at Australian Open in Las Vegas charity event

The Russian star, who last week earned a reduction in her drug ban that will allow her to return to tennis in April, played in two light-hearted doubles matches in the event at Caesar's Palace.
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