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    ITF Statement regarding the case of Maria SharapovaThe ITF can confirm that the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme case involving Maria Sharapova will proceed to a hearing in accordance with WADA's recommendations

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    Guide to the Tennis Anti-Doping ProgrammeThe Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (TADP) is a unified set of rules that is administered and enforced by the ITF on behalf of the governing bodies of professional tennis

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    Tennis Anti-Doping Programme statement regarding…Following the statement made by Maria Sharapova in a press conference on Monday 7 March, the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme can confirm the following

  • Enhanced Therapeutic Use Exemption (“TUE”) Service

    Enhanced Therapeutic Use Exemption (“TUE”) ServiceIn recognition of the year-round professional tennis competition schedule, the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (“TADP”) is constantly reviewed in order to improve its efficiency, while maintaining a quality programme. These reviews include the TUE service provided to players. In recent years, the time taken by the independent TUE Committee to issue a decision on a fully-completed application has been under three working days.

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ATHLETE BIOLOGICAL PASSPORT FAQ

This document answers some frequently asked questions about the Athlete Biological Passport ("ABP"), which became part of the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (the “Programme”) in 2013.

FREE PROHIBITED LIST APP

The 2016 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods is now available as an iPhone application and can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store

The 2016 List can also be accessed using other mobile devices via a mobile site, which can be accessed here.

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