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Serena Williams’ ruthless demand after Wimbledon rival Simona Halep cops doping ban

Serena Williams’ ruthless demand after Wimbledon rival Simona Halep cops doping ban

Tennis legend Serena Williams has made a shock claim to true ownership of the 2019 Wimbledon title after her conqueror Simona Halep received a four-year ban for two separate anti-doping breaches.

Halep, a former world No.1 who also won the 2018 French Open, is planning to appeal the ruling to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

The 31-year-old has been provisionally suspended since October last year after testing positive for a banned blood booster at the US Open two months earlier.

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An anti-doping tribunal accepted Halep’s argument that she had taken a contaminated supplement “but determined the volume (she) ingested could not have resulted in the concentration she had ingested could not have resulted in concentration of roxadustat found in the positive sample”.

A second charge relating to irregularities in her Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) was upheld after three independent experts were unanimous that “likely doping” was the explanation.

While there is no suggestion of any wrongdoing, let alone a single positive test, by Halep prior to the 2022 US Open, Williams wasted little time reacting to the news of her rival’s ban.

“Eight is a better number,” Williams wrote – a thinly veiled suggestion that the result of the 2019 Wimbledon final should be overturned.

Such an unprecedented move would give the American eight titles at the All England club and that elusive 24th grand slam victory.

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Simona Halep defeated Serena Williams to win the 2019 Wimbledon championship. Credit: Getty

Williams suffered her worst defeat in a grand slam final when Halep stormed to a 6-2 6-2 victory at Wimbledon.

The pair next met at the 2021 Australian Open, with Williams reaching the semi-finals with a 6-3 6-3 win over the then world No.2 Halep.

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Canada’s Genie Bouchard offered her own cryptic reaction to Halep’s ban.

“I was told not to tweet today,” she wrote.

In response to one fan claiming that “doping is rampant in tennis but no one wants to say anything”, Bouchard replied with three emojis of mouths zipped shut.

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Bouchard, the 2014 Wimbledon runner-up, has had running battles with Halep in the past and previously commented on Dayana Yastremska’s doping case that was ultimately thrown out.

Meanwhile, Halep received support from her Australian former coach Darren Cahill.

“Those who know me know my thoughts on all of this. My support in Simona is unwavering,” he wrote.

“Stay strong, Simo. This was always heading to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland.”

Halep issued a lengthy statement confirming she will continue to train in the hope of a swift return to the tennis court with success in court.

“While I am grateful to finally have an outcome following numerous unfounded delays and a feeling of living in purgatory for over a year, I am both shocked and disappointed by (the tribunal’s) decision,” she wrote.

“I believe in a clean sport and in almost two decades as a professional tennis player, through hundreds of tournaments and two grand slam titles, I have taken 200 blood and urine tests to check for prohibited substances – all of which have been clean, until August 29, 2022.”

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Halep explained how she adjusted her nutritional supplements ahead of the hard-court season last year following recommendations from “my trusted team and physiotherapist”.

“None of the listed ingredients included any prohibited substances, however, we now know – and the tribunal agreed – one of them was contaminated with roxadustat.

“I was tested almost weekly after my initial positive test through early 2023, all of which came back negative.”

She said she will “pursue all legal remedies against the supplement company in question”.

Halep accused the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) of bringing an ABP charge after the expert group learned her identity, saying that two experts changed their opinion in favour of the ITIA’s allegations.

“The ITIA relied solely on the opinions of these experts who looked only at my blood parameters – which I’ve maintained for more than 10 years in the same range,” she said.

“This group ignored the fact no prohibited substance has ever been found in my blood or urine samples with the sole exception of one August 29 positive test for roxadustat.”

ITIA CEO Karen Moorhouse said the agency had followed the proper processes in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code.

– with AAP

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