Shutterstock Maria Sharapova. Becker, a three-times Wimbledon champion, said it was right that Sharapova was allowed to return to the sport and hopes her comeback will not cause problems in the locker room. "In principal I am all for a second chance," Becker told Reuters at the Laureus World ชุดนอนน่ารัก Sports Awards in Monaco. "She (Sharapova) paid her dues, she was suspended for quite a long time. I don't know about the reaction of the other players, it's up to them. "Everyone has their own choice. Hopefully the atmosphere (inside the locker room) will be good. We can move on and have good women's champions." REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier/File Photo Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates after beating Samantha Stosur of Australia during their women's singles match at the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris Sharapova, 29, had called the ITF's original ruling "unfairly harsh" because she had not intentionally violated anti-doping rules. Meldonium was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency list of banned substances only at the start of 2016 after mounting evidence it boosted blood flow and enhanced performance.
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