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Sharapova called a press conference on Monday night to reveal the news herself, having been informed by the International Tennis Federation on 2 March that she had tested positive for a banned substance at the Australian Open in January.
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Capriati called for Sharapova to have all of her titles – including her five Grand Slam victories – stripped because she has taken the drug since she was 16 years old.
Sharapova made it clear that she does not want to end her tennis career with a drug ban and signalled her intention to resume her career following any suspension, should she be allowed to return to competition.