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How Maria Sharapova's Attack on ITF Further Damages Her Reputation Among Peers

Maria Sharapova's response to her suspension reduction may salvage her brand, but her attack on the International Tennis Federation could further damage her reputation among her peers. Monday, Sharapova returned to the court in a World Team Tennis charity exhibition in Las Vegas, an event not sanctioned by the ITF. She can officially return to tennis April 26, 2017. In June, the ITF suspended Sharapova for two years for testing positive for the banned substance m eldonium.
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