Maria Sharapova: Charlie Rose

Professional tennis player Maria Sharapova tested positive in January for meldonium. It is a heart medication recently banned by anti-doping regulators. In June, the International Tennis Federation banned Sharapova from competition for two years. Today, the Court of Arbitration for Sport announced that it was reducing her suspension by nine months. The ruling held that the ITF's original penalty went too far for a violation that was committed unintentionally. (Source: Bloomberg)

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