Handler makes creative use of a bonsai tree.
Maria Sharapova could feature at Wimbledon this summer should she receive a short ban for doping. David Haggerty, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) president, said the integrity unit of the sport usually takes “two to three months”...Show More Summary
Maria Sharapova could receive a ruling on her doping case in the next two or three months -- before Wimbledon and the 2016 Summer Olympics -- the International Tennis Federation confirmed Wednesday. News of Sharapova's imminent disciplinary hearing came on the same day Russian officials announced...
Technically she shared it on social media, but the sentiment is the same! LOL! Chelsea Handler has no hesitation when it comes to baring her body! The funny lady has previously flaunted her bootyful behind, but now she's going full-frontal — well, almost — in honor of Maria Sharapova's birthday! Related: Chelsea Wasn't Impressed With Anyone While [...]
Andy Murray has called for tennis to step up its war on doping as the sport tries to come to terms with Maria Sharapova’s suspension. Murray was tested when he arrived for the Monte Carlo Masters last week.
On Saturday morning Maria Sharapova looked in good spirits as she took to Instagram to post a smiley photograph of herself posing with her arms spread wide as she arrived at Coachella.
WADA is re-evaluating its stance on meldonium, and the athletes that have tested positive for it. The Associated Press reports via MSN that the World Anti-Doping Agency says some athletes who tested positive for meldonium may be able to avoid sanctions by virtue of the fact it’s unknown how long it takes the drug to... Show More Summary
Maria Sharapova is the latest athlete to come under fire, but will her PR campaign salvage her golden reputation?
Sharapova claimed she was taking the drug, which its manufacturer says has performance-enhancing abilities (then said it didn't) for various reasons, including magnesium deficiency and to ward off diabetes. Maybe from eating too much of her own "Sugarpova"-marketed candy and chocolates.
Maria Sharpova might get to play in the 2016 Summer Olympics after all. The Russian tennis star and dozens of other athletes who have tested positive for meldonium might have their provisional suspensions lifted while officials further investigate the nature of the drug. World Anti-Doping Agency...
Maria Sharapova and hundreds of other athletes could potentially be let off drugs bans, after the World Anti Doping Agency announced a change in the rules regarding meldonium. Sharapova has been provisionally suspended since April 12,...Show More Summary
Meldonium has been the talk of the drug-testing world since March, when tennis star Maria Sharapova announced she had tested positive for the performance-enhancer at the Australian Open earlier this year. Nominally used to treat heart disease and other chronic conditions, meldonium was banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency starting Jan. 1, but since then […]
The president of the Russian tennis federation isn't letting a failed drug test alter his Olympic plans. Shamil Tarpischev issued a statement Tuesday reiterating that Maria Sharapova might still lead his country's tennis contingent in Rio de Janeiro this summer. "We really hope that Sharapova will...
With Serena and Venus Williams winding up their careers and Maria Sharapova's future in doubt, the WTA Tour could use some promising young stars to emerge from the pack. Tennis fans are in luck. This year, several talented young players are making moves up the rankings. Show More Summary
These two are not friends!
The tally of athletes who have tested positive for meldonium in 2016 continues to grow, now well over 100 athletes across multiple sports. None are more prominent than Maria Sharapova, whose announcement of a positive test last month sent shockwaves through the sporting world. Show More Summary
The inventor of meldonium, which Maria Sharapova says she took for years, has expressed concern that athletes might suddenly die because the World Anti-Doping Agency, or WADA, banned the drug as of Jan. 1. Ivars Kalvins says meldonium helps
EXCLUSIVE MIKE DICKSON IN MIAMI: Tennis ace Maria Sharapova was caught at the Australian Open following the biggest anti-doping operation ever mounted in tennis.
What do you do when you're the highest-paid woman in sports in the midst of a drug scandal? Why, go on a vacation of course! At least that's Maria Sharapova did. The tennis champ, who recently revealed she failed a drug test for meldonium,...Show More Summary