Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova, who served a 15-month disqualification for the use of Meldonium and returned to the court at the end of April, have not received an invitation (wild card) neither the qualification nor in the main draw of the Open championship of France (Roland Garros). Thus, the Russian will miss the second of the season a Grand slam tournament.
Such a decision may 16, during a special online broadcast in socety Facebook announced the President of Federation of tennis of France (FFT), Bernard Giudicelli. On the eve was published the updated rating of Female tennis Association (WTA), in which Sharapova rose to 47 positions, moving from 258 to 211-th place.
Sharapova returned to the rating two weeks ago after serving his suspension. Since then, tennis player reached the semifinals of the tournament in Stuttgart and defeated in the second round of the competition in Madrid.
Disqualification Sharapova ended April 26. She informed the tennis player was eliminated from the WTA rankings. However, as the winner of the Grand slams and the WTA Championships WTA, she can request and receive an unlimited number of wild card. This, in particular, took place in Stuttgart, where tournament organizers have given Sharapova a wild card.