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Tennis-French Open had "moral responsibility" to deny Sharapova wild card -federation president

DNA Tuesday, 16 May 2017
The president of the French tennis federation (FFT) said he had a moral responsibility to deny Maria Sharapova a wild card invitation to this month's French Open as the sport continues its fight against doping.
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Two-time champion Maria Sharapova will not play at Roland Garros this year after the French Tennis Federation denied her a wild card.

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