Tennis: Kendrick to appeal drug ban

Suspended the 31-year-old American last week after he returned a positive test result for methylhexaneamine.


Reuters August 02, 2011

SAN DIEGO: Banned US tennis player Robert Kendrick will appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport to shorten his 12-month suspension for doping. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) suspended the 31-year-old American last week after he returned a positive test result for methylhexaneamine (MHA) at the French Open. Kendrick wants his suspension reduced to three months, which would allow him to compete at the US Open.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 3rd, 2011.

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