Former Wimbledon winner is currently banned for failing a drug test
Russian revealed failed test in March and appears at unknown venue, although result not expected for a further fortnight
Sharapova tested positive for meldonium at the Australian Open in January, but anti-doping experts believe she will receive a reduced suspension of up to a year
Russian set to face London hearing within days, with findings expected to be known in June
Sales of the cheap over-the-counter pills are on track to double in March compared to February
Sharapova insists the media distorted the facts and ‘it’s wrong to say I warned five times’
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'Head is proud to stand behind Maria, now and into the future and we intend to extend her contract'
Sharapova claims she was prescribed Meldonium in 2006 after being diagnosed with early signs of diabetes, heart irregularities and a magnesium deficiency
'It’s a big concern because it’s clear that people are abusing the drug'
Russian is a loner on women’s tour but her meticulous professionalism makes drugs lapse all the more shocking
Sharapova has been dropped by numerous sponsors
Porsche have followed Nike and Tag Heuer in suspending their sponsorship of Sharapova after her failed drug test revelation
Russian Tennis Federation president Shamil Tarpishchev says he expects Sharapova to compete at Rio 2016 despite failing a drug test
Sharapova and watchmaker's Tag Heuer were in talks to extend their contract but negotiations have been called off with immediate effect
Sharapova is far from the first tennis player to become embroiled in a drug scandal after she tested positive for meldonium