Evans has vowed to return to action after the ban.
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Britain's Dan Evans was hit with a one-year suspension Tuesday after testing positive for cocaine in April.Evans, ranked 108th, failed the drug test at the Barcelona Open in April and went public with the result at an emotional news conference in June. Evans, speaking via his agent, vowed to return to action after the ban.Cocaine is only banned in competition and Evans insisted he didn't take it during the tournament.Evans' expert, Dr Pascal Kintz, argued the very small amount of the drug present in Evans' test was consistent with inadvertent contamination as claimed.
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