Simona Halep's sporting career could end in a huge scandal. In October 2017, the Romanian was at the absolute peak – she was the first racket of the world, and in the following years she won, among other things, the Roland Garros and Wimbledon tournaments. There are many signs that winning the 2022 WTA Championship in Toronto was her latest success.
Harsh punishment for Simona Halep. The Romanian woman immediately filed an appeal
Roxadostat was discovered in Simona Halep's body – it stimulates the body to produce more of the natural hormone – erythropoietinie the European Patent Office. It has long been viewed as an energizing product, favored by cyclists and long-distance runners.
The tennis player realized that the suspension would effectively mean the end of her career. The Romanian woman immediately appealed to the International Sports Court and hopes to side with her. She denied the allegations and blamed the failed anti-doping tests on tainted nutritional supplements.
The Romanian accused the anti-doping authorities of harassment. He hopes to be acquitted of the charges
The trial related to Halep's appeal is scheduled to officially begin next Wednesday The 32-year-old, according to APNews reporters, plans to appear in person. This can be interpreted as an attempt to increase your chances of getting a positive outcome in the case. What's more, She decided to start collaborating with Howard Jacobs. He is a well-known lawyer in the communityWho participated in many trials involving athletes accused of doping.
Annabelle Bennett was appointed to chair the session. In the past, she also chaired the arbitration panel in the landmark case brought by two-time Olympic running champion Caster Semenya. This later moved to the European Court of Human Rights. Simon Halep's current ban will expire in 2026.
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