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Tennis star Maria Sharapova denied wild card entry

All India Radio Tuesday, 16 May 2017
17 May 2017Tennis star Maria Sharapova has been denied a wild card entry to the clay court grand slam, French Open or Roland Garros, beginning Monday.The two time champion wasn't given a wild card for either the main draw or the qualifying rounds.
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News video: Twitter divided on Maria Sharapova's denial from French Open

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The French Tennis Federation decided not to grant Maria Sharapova a wild card berth at the French Open. Twitter has had mixed reactions on the FTF's choice to bar the two-time French Open champion from competing at Roland Garros.

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