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  • Reason Why Sharapova is Getting Wildcards ? - Here is Answer

    Reporter: Aditya Soni
    Published: Thursday, 11 May 2017
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    The level of media scope encompassing Maria Sharapova's arrival to tennis from a doping suspension has been a key figure the five-time Grand Slam champ being offered special cases to occasions, men's reality number one Andy Murray has said.


    Maria Sharapova is set to be offered a special case into the Aegon Classic in Birmingham one month from now.

    The Russian had no positioning on her arrival from a 15-month doping boycott and is as of now depending on trump cards for passage into WTA Tour occasions.

    The Times detailed for this present week that Sharapova would be granted a special case by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to play at one month from now's Aegon Classic in Birmingham.

    The Aegon Classic is a noteworthy Wimbledon warm-up competition, and The Times and the BBC have detailed that one of the accessible trump cards will be offered to Sharapova.

    The Russian won the competition in 2004 and 2005, however has not played at Edgbaston Priory since losing to Li Na in the last in 2010.

    Sharapova's present positioning of 258, after an arrival from a 15-month doping suspension, was too low to justify an immediate section for the occasion and the coordinators were hoping to give her one of the four accessible special cases, the report said.

    The previous world number one has played two competitions through trump cards since her arrival - losing in the semi-finals finally month's Stuttgart Open and tumbling to Eugenie Bouchard in the second round of the Madrid Open a week ago.

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    Regardless of whether Sharapova ought to be given special cases into the greatest competitions has been the most sweltering theme in tennis in the course of recent months.

    The Lawn Tennis Association, which runs the Birmingham occasion, will be very much aware it will confront feedback if Sharapova is welcomed.

    Andy Murray and Heather Watson, who herself will require a trump card into the competition, have been two players to openly express the view that doping guilty parties ought not be given some assistance on their arrival.


    "I do think the competitions will do what they believe will offer the most tickets, give them the most scope, get the vast majority into watch," Murray disclosed to BBC Sport.

    "I'm certain the LTA saw the scope that was given, ... the measure of media covering it, and imagine that is what's best for the competition in Birmingham. Be that as it may, I'm certain it's part a ton of assessment.

    "I'm certain the talks about whether to give it or not were long... in any case, they've clearly done what they believe is appropriate for that occasion and possibly haven't contemplated the more extensive ramifications."

    In any case, tickets stay accessible for each day of the competition, which keeps running from June 19-25, and Sharapova's nearness would be ensured to build premium.

    A LTA representative stated: "We are at present during the time spent choosing which players will get special cases for our mid year season grass court competitions.

    "It's a deliberately considered process which occurs as of now consistently. We will declare the names of trump card beneficiaries at the appropriate time, before the begin of every competition."

    The 30-year-old Russian last played in the Wimbledon warm-up occasion in 2010.

    A special case for Sharapova would mean a British player possibly passing up a major opportunity, however a year ago just two of the four trump cards went to home hopefuls, with Agnieszka Radwanska and Petra Kvitova getting the others.


    Watson, Naomi Broady and Tara Moore would all want to join British number one Johanna Konta, who has coordinate section, while Laura Robson is as of now the British number five.

    Sharapova's expectations of including in the current year's Wimbledon could depend on a June 20 meeting of competition coordinators unless the Russian discovers shape in forthcoming occasions.

    The Aegon Classic will be held at the Edgbaston Priory Club from June 17-25.

    Sharapova will discover next Tuesday whether she is to be given a special case into the French Open  2017 principle draw, qualifying or not one or the other, while a Wimbledon council will meet to talk about the subject on June 20.

    One triumph at one week from now's WTA Tour occasion in Rome would lift Sharapova's sufficiently positioning to win her immediate section into Wimbledon qualifying however she would need to achieve the semi-finals to book her spot in the primary draw without the requirement for a special case.
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