Errani says her mother’s cancer medication accidentally fell into soup and tortellini.
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Italian player Sara Errani has been suspended for two months after a hearing concluded she accidentally took her mother's medication for breast cancer, the International Tennis Federation confirmed Monday.An ITF statement said Errani was charged with an Anti-Doping violation on Apr. 18 and had promptly asked for a hearing before an independent tribunal.Errani is the second high-profile women's player to serve an anti-doping ban in the past two years after former world No. 1 Maria Sharapova, who beat Errani in the 2012 French Open final, returned this year after a 15-month ban for using the heart drug Meldonium after it had been added to the WADA banned list.
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