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Legg Mason Tennis Classic: Blake And Monfils Injured, Tsonga Playing

Friday, July 31, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's James Blake, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils 2009 Legg Mason Tennis ClassicL-R American James Blake, Frenchmen Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils


The Legg Mason Tennis Classic presented by GEICO returns to the William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center in Rock Creek Park (16th & Kennedy Streets, NW), August 1-9, 2009, joining a new classification of elite events, the ATP World Tour 500’s, recognized as being among the top 20 men’s tournaments worldwide.

While we will have the pleasure of watching Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga compete, American James Blake has withdrawn with a foot injury and Frenchman Gael Monfils continues to ail from a wrist injury.

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Venus Vs. Maria And Serena Vs. Samantha: Quarterfinal Friday At The Bank Of The West Classic

Black Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round of 16Americans Venus and Serena Williams
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At the Bank Of The West Classic in Stanford, California on Thursday, American sisters Venus and Serena Williams set up their quarterfinal matches with wins over Russian Alla Kudryavtseva and Hungary's Melinda Czink respectively.

Serena started the day with a 6-3, 7-6 (7) win over Melinda Czink. After looking strong in the first set, Williams trailed the entire second set until prevailing in the tiebreaker.

Subsequently, Venus cruised to a 6-1 win in the first set and looked to be in complete control midway through the second frame with a 5-3 lead. But Alla Kudryavtseva won back-to-back games to tie the set at 5-5 before Williams swiped the next two games for a 6-1, 7-5 triumph.

In Friday's quarterfinal matches Venus will go up against Russian Maria Sharapova, and Serena against Australian Samantha Stosur. I think the Serena/Samantha match will be the one to watch.

Black Tennis Pro's Alla Kudryavtseva 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round of 16Russian Alla Kudryavtseva


Black Tennis Pro's Melinda Czink Bank Of The West Classic Round of 16Hungary's Melinda Czink


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Seen On The Scene: Jasmyne Cannick Continues On-The-Ground Coverage At The L.A. Open

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Jasmyne Cannick, Ronita Elder and Rodney MarshallUSTA Southern California Diversity & Inclusion Multicultural Participation Coordinator Ronita Elder, USTA Strength & Conditioning Specialist Rodney Marshall, and local recreational tennis player and enthusiast Jasmyne Cannick at the 2009 Los Angeles Tennis Open at U.C.L.A. Wednesday, July 29, 2009.

Rodney Marshall is tennis pro Donald Young's Strength & Conditioning trainer.
(Photos courtesy of Jasmyne Cannick)


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Williams Sisters And Their Daunting Doubles Forge Ahead

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

American sisters Venus and Serena Williams
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American sisters Venus and Serena Williams continued to be the ire of their doubles team opponents. On Wednesday they brought the hammer and nine aces down on Latvia's Lisa Dekmeijere and American Julie Ditty in a 6-1, 6-0 defeat.

"I can't get a better partner," Serena said. "I just don't think so. She gets everything; she has a great volley, an incredible serve. It honestly doesn't get better than that."

Venus said the pair has a covert mission already in the works when it comes to doubles play.

"About a year ago we started to play more, trying to get ready for the Olympics," she said. "After that we kind of kept playing. We have this secret goal that I can't really talk about, but we have this goal, and once we started playing we started winning. You have to be in a little bit better shape and really healthy and willing to be a little more tired for your singles but it's a sacrifice we're willing to make."



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Gratuitous Tummy Shot: My Fav Russian Working It Out

Black Tennis Pro's Marat Safin L.A. Tennis OpenRussian Marat Safin
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LOS ANGELES — Marat Safin, playing for the fourth time in three days, summoned enough energy to beat Ernests Gulbis 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the second round of the L.A. Tennis Open on Wednesday.

Safin, who played an exhibition match against Pete Sampras on Monday and beat Robby Ginepri the following night, also teamed with Igor Kunitsyn to win a first-round doubles match on Monday.

The win over Gulbis put the two-time Grand Slam champion into his first quarterfinal of the year and earned him at least a day off from singles play.

He will meet the winner of Wednesday night's match between Tommy Haas, the top seed and two-time event champion, and Jesse Levine on Friday.

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Serena Takes Out China's Li Na At The Bank Of The West Classic

Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams Bank Of The West Classic Round 1American Serena Williams
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STANFORD, Calif. — "Shhhh," hushed Serena Williams when asked about the rankings system in women's tennis that seems askew with public perception. "They already think I'm No. 1."

The computer, however, says otherwise.

Despite winning three of the last four majors, No. 2 Williams sits behind Dinara Safina of Russia by a substantial 1,742 points. Safina supplanted Williams atop the rankings in April but has never won a Grand Slam title.

That rankings dissonance continued to spark debate at the Bank of the West Classic here as Williams geared up for her first event since winning a third Wimbledon title.

"The only thing that gets under my skin is that everyone keeps talking about it and so now people know that I'm not No. 1," laughed Williams, who opened her summer hardcourt campaign Tuesday night with a 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) victory against Li Na of China.




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Venus Advances At The Bank Of The West Classic

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

American Venus Williams
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(AP) STANFORD, Calif. — Back from her post-Wimbledon down time, Venus Williams didn't need long to get warmed up at the Bank of the West Classic.

It wasn't always pretty.

While she looked far from sharp at times as she missed shots long and sent others into the net, the second-seeded Williams pulled out enough of her top shots to beat Stephanie Dubois of Canada 6-2, 6-3 in a first-round match at Stanford on Tuesday night.


Canadian Stephanie Dubois
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Williams' sister, Serena, was set to take the court next at Stanford in the $700,000 event. They are also playing doubles together, which will be more of a focus for the duo in the coming months.

"We kind of have this secret goal I can't talk about," Venus Williams said.

After neither player held serve through the first three games of the opening set, Williams then cruised the rest of the way in the first meeting between the two.

"It was a great match to get my rhythm, hit a lot of balls and work on my shots," said Williams, who won titles here in 2000 and '02. "It's all about the mentality. I usually adjust pretty quickly. ... I do want to try new and different things."

Still a little spacey — she admitted to some "brain freeze" — after a few weeks of sleeping in and relaxation following her Wimbledon runner-up showing to Serena, Williams said: "We love playing in L.A. I'm sorry, not L.A., I mean California. It feels like home for us."

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Angela Haynes Suffers First Round Knock Out At Bank Of The West Classic

Black Tennis Pro's Angela Haynes 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round 1American Angela Haynes
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In first round action at the Bank Of The West Classic, Stanford, California today, Serbian Jelena Jankovic brought the rain and five aces today as she defeated American Angela Haynes 6-3, 6-1.


Black Tennis Pro's Jelena Jankovic 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round 1 Black Tennis Pro's Angela Haynes 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round 1Black Tennis Pro's Angela Haynes 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Round 1


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Seen On The Scene: Jasmyne Cannick Bringing Us Fab Shots Directly From The L.A. Open

Black Tennis Pro's Jasmyne Cannick At The L.A. OpenAt the 2009 L.A. Open at U.C.L.A. with tennis pro Sam Querrey, the fourth highest ranked American player.

(L to R) Tennis player Jasmyne Cannick, pro Sam Querrey, rising So. Cal tennis juniors Mary and Elizabeth Profit, and tennis player Lynn Walls.

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Black Tennis Pro's Jasmyne Cannick At The L.A. OpenTennis player Jasmyne Cannick with tennis pro Donald Young and rising So. Cal tennis junior Elizabeth Profit at the 2009 L.A. Open at U.C.L.A.


Black Tennis Pro's Jasmyne Cannick At The L.A. OpenTennis player Jasmyne Cannick with USTA Southern California Executive Director Henry Talbert at the 2009 L.A. Open at U.C.L.A.


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(VIDEO) Venus Schools IGN's Nate Ahearn In The Art Of The Serve



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Rancho '7 to 7' Tennis Mixer A Success

The ‘7 to 7’ Tennis Mixer held at the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex’s Arthur Ashe Tennis Courts on Friday, July 24, 2009 went off without a hitch. From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. tennis enthusiasts of all levels enjoyed a summer night of singles and doubles in Baldwin Hills. Hosted by the Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy and the Rancho Tennis Club, the event featured music, a potluck, and games aside from tennis.




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(PHOTOS) Bank Of The West Classic Day 1: Venus And Serena Continue Doubles March

Black Tennis Pro's 2009 Bank Of The West Classic Day 1 Venus and Serena Williams DoublesThe Stanford, California Bank Of The West Classic Tournament's main attractions, Venus and Serena Williams, began doubles action on Monday.

The sisters were briefly challenged in the first set by Chen Yi and Mashona Washington on Monday afternoon before winning 6-4, 6-2. The sisters' doubles titles this year at the Australian Open and Wimbledon gave them nine Grand Slam championships.

(Photos by AP and Getty Images)



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(NTDWT) It's A Conspiracy!! Rival Teams Attempt To Weaken Roethlisberger With Phony Allegations Just Before Training Camp

Saturday, July 25, 2009


Of course there's no basis in truth for that headline (having a lil' Saturday fun), but I do find the timing of these allegations surfacing quite odd - trying to mess up Roethlisberger's mind.

Things that make you go hmmmmm...


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2009 Arthur Ashe Kids Day

Black Tennis Pro's 2009 Arthur Ashe Kids Day

US Open Kick-Off Event Set for Saturday, August 29


Kick off the 2009 US Open at Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day Saturday, August 29, 2009, and see your favorite tennis stars along with the latest music sensations together on one stage!

This year’s lineup is guaranteed to rock the house with some of today’s hot young new talent. Fans will see funnyman Will Ferrell and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks singing her new hit “Battlefield.” Also performing are rising star boy band Honor Society and Usher protégé Justin Bieber. Plus see exciting tennis matches and contests with former US Open champion Andy Roddick and additional superstar players. The popular tennis and music festival, which includes interactive games, musical entertainment and tennis clinics, will be hosted by television personalities Susie Castillo and Quddus.

Be a part of this fun-filled day of tennis!


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Williams Sisters, Clijsters Lead U.S. Open Field


WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Defending champion Serena Williams and four other past winners, including her sister Venus and wild-card entry Kim Clijsters, are in the provisional women's field for the U.S. Open.

Ninety-nine of the top 100 women in the current WTA rankings received direct entry Thursday into the hard-court Grand Slam tournament, played Aug. 31 to Sept. 13 in New York. The one missing is No. 88 Nathalie Dechy of France, who announced her retirement this week.

Serena Williams will be bidding for her fourth U.S. Open championship and third major title of 2009, after those at the Australian Open in January and Wimbledon this month. She owns 11 Grand Slam singles titles overall, most among active players.

Clijsters will be playing at Flushing Meadows for the first time since winning her only major title at the 2005 U.S. Open. She is making a comeback after retiring in 2007.

She asked the U.S. Tennis Association for a wild card and was granted one. To prepare for the U.S. Open, the 26-year-old Belgian — who is married and has a daughter — will be playing in WTA hard-courts events at Cincinnati and Toronto.

The other past U.S. Open champions in the field are Venus Williams (2000-01), Svetlana Kuznetsova (2004) and Maria Sharapova (2006). Other Grand Slam singles title winners in the field are Amelie Mauresmo and Ana Ivanovic.

Kuznetsova also won this year's French Open, beating No. 1-ranked Dinara Safina in the final.

Safina is atop the list of 104 direct entries. They'll be joined in the 128-player field by the eight women (including Clijsters) who receive wild cards and the 16 who will earn berths in Aug. 25-28 qualifying.

The provisional men's field was announced Wednesday, led by five-time defending champion Roger Federer.

The winners of the U.S. Open men's and women's singles title will each receive a record $1.6 million.


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USTA: Olympus US Open Series Sixth Season Launches

Thursday, July 23, 2009



Launched on Monday, July 20 was the sixth season of the Olympus US Open Series, the six-week North American summer tennis season that links 10 ATP World Tour and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour summer tournaments to the US Open. Since its inception in 2004, the six-week Olympus US Open Series has doubled television viewership and increased event attendance, while generating new corporate partnerships for the sport. The full summer schedule is attached.

Throughout the summer, the Series will feature more than 200 national television hours on ESPN2, CBS and Tennis Channel, highlighted by back-to-back men’s and women’s finals on Sundays on ESPN2 and select finals on CBS. The Olympus US Open Series premieres Friday, July 24, with two hours on Tennis Channel, followed by four hours on ESPN2. An additional seven hours of coverage on both networks will follow over the weekend, with the finals airing live on Sunday on ESPN2 beginning at 3 p.m. ET.

More than 200 of the game’s top players will compete during the Series for over $30 million in prize money. Additionally, through the Olympus US Open Series Bonus Challenge, players will be competing for more than $2.6 million in potential bonus prize money. Bonus prize money is awarded to the top three men and top three women in the Series based on their performance at the US Open.

Olympus, the Series’ inaugural sponsor, is continuing its partnership with the USTA as the title sponsor of the Series. The Olympus US Open Series season will be supported by a multi-million dollar national marketing campaign, a redesigned OlympusUSOpenSeries.com website, and increased sponsor activation on both the national and local level.

“I’m looking forward to my return to tournament tennis on the Olympus US Open Series this summer,” said Kim Clijsters, who is playing Olympus US Open Series events in Cincinnati and Toronto after leaving the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour to give birth to her first child in February last year. “I’ve played some of my best tennis during the Series and think it is a great lead-up to the US Open for players and for fans.” In 2005, Clijsters earned the biggest paycheck in the history of women’s tennis -- $2.2 million -- by winning the Olympus US Open Series and US Open.

"I am very excited about coming back to competition and the Olympus US Open Series is the best place to do so. Those events coming up are important in the tennis calendar and also a perfect way to gain the right pace and rhythm for the last Grand Slam of the year, the US Open,” said Rafael Nadal, who had his career best showing at the US Open last year after winning the Olympus US Open Series. “On a personal level, I know it will be tough since I have been away from competition for some time now. In any case I am confident and will give it my all out there."

”I think creating the Olympus US Open Series was great as it puts the summer tennis season under one roof and makes it cohesive,” said Andy Roddick, who won back-to-back Olympus US Open Series titles in 2005 and 2006. “I’ve done well at a lot of the tournaments, and have a history with these lead-up events. It is one of the parts of the year that I look forward to most.”

“We created the Olympus US Open Series with the goal of elevating the sport of tennis in North America,” said Jim Curley, Chief Professional Tournaments Officer, USTA. “By working closely and collaboratively with both tours, our television partners and sponsors, and the tournaments and players, we have created a true showcase for tennis that is having great results across the board.”

National Television Broadcasts

More than 200 hours of tennis action will be televised during the six weeks of the Olympus US Open Series, with ESPN2 remaining the lead broadcaster, and additional national coverage on CBS and Tennis Channel. The Olympus US Open Series, with the US Open, provides tennis with more live national television coverage during its eight weeks than any other summer sport over the same time period. Series broadcasts have reached an average of 41 million viewers annually over the first five years, more than doubling viewership numbers of these events prior to the launch of the Series in 2004.

Instant replays and official reviews on television broadcasts will continue to be branded the “Chase Review,” and as in 2008, players will have three challenges per set plus one additional during a tiebreaker.

National Marketing Campaign

This year for the first time, the Olympus US Open Series and the US Open are being marketed under the same campaign, entitled, “It Must Be Love.” This year’s multi-million dollar marketing and advertising campaign features some of the games biggest stars and is a multimedia effort that includes national television, radio, print, digital media and customized local executions in Olympus US Open Series markets. More than a dozen top players, including Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Ana Ivanovic, Roger Federer, Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, James Blake, and Jelena Jankovic, were filmed for the campaign.

In all, 13 30-second TV ads will comprise the television campaign, which will air nationally in and outside of tennis programming on CBS, ESPN2, NBC, ABC, and Tennis Channel. Print executions will appear throughout the summer in USA Today, The New York Times and other top metropolitan markets and an accompanying radio campaign -- which includes over 40,000 spots -- will air in markets around the country to drive television tune-in.


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Eat, Sleep, Serve: Los Angeles Area '7 To 7' Tennis Mixer On Friday

Black Tennis Pro's Eat, Sleep, Serve Tennis Mixer
There will be a ‘7 to 7’ Tennis Mixer held at the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex’s Arthur Ashe Tennis Courts on Friday, July 24, 2009. From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. tennis enthusiasts of all levels will enjoy a summer night of singles and doubles in Baldwin Hills. Hosted by the Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy and the Rancho Tennis Club, the event will feature music, a potluck, and games aside from tennis. All ages are welcome, however children under 18 must have parental permission. Rackets available. The cost to participate in the tennis clinic is $10 per person with all of the funds benefiting the Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy, a member of the California Tennis Association for Underprivileged Youths. The Arthur Ashe Tennis Courts are located at 5001 Rodeo Boulevard, adjacent to Dorsey High School. For more information and to RSVP please call (323) 392-6864 or email info@tenniswithlegeorge.com.


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Venus And Serena Williams Academy Introduce Southern California's Newest Junior Sister Act

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

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Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy Introduce
Southern California’s Newest Junior Sister Act in Tennis


Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy tennis coach LeGeorge Mauldin, USTA Southern California Girls 12s Ranked No. 2 Elizabeth Profit (12), tennis coach Richard Williams, and Girls 10s Ranked No. 8 Mary Profit (10) Saturday, July 18, 2009 at the Academy’s 2009 Community Wimbledon Celebration in Los Angeles.
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LOS ANGELES, CA – On Saturday, July 18, 2009, The Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy introduced California’s newest sister act in tennis at their annual community Wimbledon celebration. Held in celebration of Serena Williams 3rd Wimbledon title, the Academy introduced rising tennis junior sisters, Elizabeth Profit, 12, ranked No. 2 in the USTA Southern California Division’s Girls 12s, and Mary Profit, 10, ranked No. 8 in Girls 10s. The event took place at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Courts located at the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex in Los Angeles and was attended by over 200 people. For more information about the Profit sisters, please visit www.theprofitsisters.com.

The Venus and Serena Williams’ Tennis Academy is housed at the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex located at 5001 Rodeo Boulevard in Los Angeles. Additionally, the Academy is open seven days a week with instructors available for private, semi-private, and group lessons for both adults and children. For more information, please call (323) 299-4631.



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Ooops! Forgot To Hang The 'On Vacation' Sign

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Too late now, I'm back! I'll hit you all up with some new info today.


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(PHOTOS) "The Ugly Truth" Premiere: Venus And Serena Working It Out On The Red Carpet

Friday, July 17, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams The Ugly Truth PremiereVenus and Serena Williams attend "The Ugly Truth" film premiere at the ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on July 16, 2009 in Hollywood, California.


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The Dog Ate My Homework; The Twinkie Defense; The Woman I Kissed Used Cocaine, Not Me... Okay

LONDON (AP) — Richard Gasquet escaped a lengthy doping ban Wednesday when the International Tennis Federation ruled that he inadvertently took cocaine.

The 23-year-old Frenchman, who was cleared to resume playing after completing a 2 1/2-month ban Wednesday, convinced an independent anti-doping tribunal that he ingested cocaine by kissing a woman he met at a nightclub in Miami.

The tribunal panel of three lawyers said Gasquet consumed no more than "a grain of salt" of the drug, and a long ban would be an injustice in a case which was "unusual to the point of being probably unique."

"We have found the player to be a person who is shy and reserved, honest and truthful, and a man of integrity and good character," the tribunal said in its ruling.

The ITF, which had sought a two-year ban under the terms of the World Anti-Doping Agency's code, was told to impose a retroactive ban of two months, 15 days. The ban ended Wednesday morning, clearing 32nd-ranked Gasquet to resume playing.

Gasquet tested positive in a urine sample in March after he pulled out of the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Florida, with a shoulder injury.

After deciding to withdraw from the tournament he went to a nightclub with friends to see a French DJ perform at a Miami dance music festival, which the tribunal noted was "notoriously associated with use of illegal recreational drugs including cocaine."

Gasquet told the tribunal hearing held in London last month that he kissed a woman, identified in the ruling only as "Pamela."

The tribunal said it was likely she had consumed cocaine during the night, though it had no direct evidence.

Gasquet was "on the balance of probability, contaminated with cocaine by Pamela" and, therefore, not significantly at fault for the doping offense, the ruling said.

"We take into account that the amount of cocaine in the player's body was so small that if he had been tested only a few hours later, his test result would be likely to have been negative," the tribunal stated.

Gasquet also argued at the hearing that his positive test was given after he had pulled out of the Key Biscayne tournament. Cocaine is a banned drug for athletes in competition.

The tribunal said Gasquet's rights to practice his profession would be infringed by a one-year suspension, though it was required to find that a doping offense was committed.

It also noted that Gasquet would be banned for life if he tested positive for a banned drug a second time.

The ruling allowed the Frenchman to keep the ranking points and prize money he gained at tournaments in April.

The ITF provisionally suspended Gasquet when the test result was announced in May and he was forced to miss the French Open and Wimbledon. His ranking has since dropped nine places.

The ruling can be appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport within three weeks.


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(PHOTOS) ESPYS: Venus And Serena On The Red Carpet And During The Show Taping

Black Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams ESPY Awards Nokia Theater Los Angeles

Venus Williams and sister Serena Williams during the 17th annual ESPY Awards held at Nokia Theatre LA Live on July 15, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. The 17th annual ESPYs will air on Sunday, July 19 at 9PM ET on ESPN.
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