Maria Sharapova: A complicated tennis champion whose career was propelled to great heights by the sheer force of her will
Maria Sharapova's career was a journey that was filled with the most dizzying of peaks and the most humbling of valleys, and that combination of extremes is probably what made it so incredibly memorable.
Asian Games 2018: Indonesia-bound steeplechase runner Naveen Dagar suspended by AFI after testing positive for meldonium
Steeplechase runner Naveen Dagar tested positive for banned substance Meldonium during the Inter-State Athletics Meet in Guwahati recently.
Injections containing traces of meldonium were found in Paul's room at the National Institute of Sports campus in Patiala during a search in April last year.
Winter Olympics 2018: Court of Arbitration for Sport cancels hearing into doping case of curler Alexander Krushelnitsky
Krushelnitsky, bronze medallist at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics mixed doubles curling, earlier told Russian media it was "stupid to deny" failing two drugs tests.
A Russian medallist Alexander Krushelnitsky at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is suspected of having tested positive for a banned substance, a source at the Games said on Sunday
The former World No 1 Maria Sharapova defeated Magda Linette of Poland 7-5, 6-3 and will play Swiss qualifier Stefanie Voegele in the quarter-finals.
But the questions over Maria Sharapova's ban, imposed when she tested positive for meldonium at the Australian Open in 2016, still keep coming.
Former World No 1 Maria Sharapova rallied to reach the third round of the US Open on Wednesday while a right shoulder injury sent Australian 14th seed Nick Kyrgios packing.
Maria Sharapova made a triumphant return to Grand Slam competition after a 15-month doping ban, outlasting second-ranked Simona Halep 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 at the US Open on Monday.
Sharapova was refused a wildcard by French Open organizers and missed Wimbledon with a thigh injury, so the US Open will be her first Grand Slam event since last year's Australian Open.
Stanford Classic: Maria Sharapova gets wildcard entry,to play in the event for first time in six years
Sharapova, ranked 173rd in the world, made her tour return in April at Stuttgart, reaching the semi-finals.
Maria Sharapova withdrew from Wimbledon on Saturday after failing to recover from a thigh injury, dealing another blow to the superstar's bid to rebuild her career following a doping ban.
Kunhi was among the three coaches who were issued show-cause notices after 400m runner Jithin Paul was handed a provisional suspension following a raid by the National Anti Doping Agency
A top Indian athlete was handed a provisional suspension by the National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) on Wednesday after testing positive for banned performance enhancing substance meldonium.
Maria Sharapova said Friday she will not request a wildcard for Wimbledon, instead opting to play in qualifying for the Grand Slam she won in 2004, as she returns from a doping ban.
Maria Sharapova was surprisingly denied a wildcard into the French Open on Tuesday -- ending intense speculation about her place in the clay court slam since she returned from a 15-month doping ban.
Mladenovic has been a vocal critic of Sharapova's return to tennis and on the eve of their match accused her of getting "extra help", referring to wild cards at the Stuttgart, Madrid and Rome events.
Maria Sharapova has spent far too much time on the sidelines, and now that she is back playing, expect her to fight for every inch in her quest to return to the winner’s circle as well.
Maria Sharapova won't necessarily be welcomed back with open arms by rivals who were already suspicious of her ice-cold detachment even before her fall from grace.
Maria Sharapova makes her comeback to the WTA Tour after 15 months out in Stuttgart next week, after gaining a wildcard, and has also been given invites to play in Madrid and Rome.