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Monday 13, Dec 2010

  Gasquet escapes ban over positive cocaine test

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Gasquet escapes ban over positive cocaine testRichard Gasquet who was about to face a two-year ban from ITF and WADA has escaped ban and will now be free to play in next month’s Australian Open. This was after International Tennis Federation and World Anti-Doping Agency failed in their appeal against a decision to overturn a ban Gasquet had received for testing positive for cocaine.

The ruling means that Gasquet will continue with his preparations for the opening grand slam of the 2010 season.

Thursday 29, Oct 2009

  Famous players to have been involved in steroids scandals

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Famous players to have been involved in steroids scandalsAccording to Andre Agassi’s autobiography, he used crystal meth while still playing professional tennis. Agassi was not the only famous world-class player to have been involved with steroids.

Some of the most famous players were Diego Maradona, one of Argentina’s greatest football player who tested positive for ephedrine in the 1994 World Cup series.

Baseball’s highest paid player, Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003. However, no penalties were imposed for a positive test until 2003.

Sports Illustrated broke the story about A-Rod’s use of steroids after they found that the Yankees slugger was among the list of 104 players that tested positive in a confidential testing.

Other athletes to have failed anti-doping tests were Olympic gold medalist swimmer, Michael Phelps, who was photographed to have been smoking pot at a student party in 2009.

Richard Gasquet, the French tennis star and a former Wimbledon semi-finalist, tested positive for cocaine use. However, he claimed that he got the residue from kissing a girl in a bar. He was later cleared of all charges.

Martina Hingis, one of the famous players in the tennis scene opted to retire early than undergo further tests for testing positive for cocaine use.

So far, these are the brightest stars in the sports arena to have also graced the news pages because of positive anti-doping tests.