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Maria Sharapova has been one of the most high-profile names in tennis over the last decade.
When reporters asked her about this in 2006, she told them to “put your grunt-o-meters down…and just watch the match”.
But in 2016, she revealed she had tested positive for the prohibited substance, meldonium, a ban which had come into effect on 26 January 2016 — the date of her first positive test.
She received a two-year suspension from the International Tennis Federation but the fallen superstar of women's tennis was insistent she did not intentionally violate anti-doping rules.
At the age of six, Maria attended a tennis clinic in Moscow run by Martina Navratilova. They had very little money and went to the tennis academy by bicycle every day. She turned professional in 2001 and a year later became the youngest girl ever to reach the junior final at Wimbledon.
Navratilova recognized her talent and recommended that she go to the USA to study at a famous tennis academy in Florida. Sharapova won her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, when she was 17.