Simona Halep, the former Wimbledon champion, has been banned.

Ace women's tennis The sport banned Simona Halep for four years. The Romanian won Wimbledon twice and two Grand Slams.

Tennis Anti-Doping Programme violations led to her ban. 

Two-time Grand Slam champion Simona Halep was suspended for four years for violating the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme.

The Romanian was suspended during a doping probe and now faces a long ban.

Halep was automatically withdrew from the US Open due to her drug suspension and will now take a forced break after two abnormal tests.

The International Tennis Integrity Agency [ITIA] revealed on Tuesday that an impartial tribunal had sentenced the former Wimbledon champion for two incidences.

At last year's US Open, a routine urine test revealed roxadustat, her first banned substance.

 It increases hemoglobin and red blood cell synthesis. It is a blood doping substance on WADA's Prohibited Substance list but is usually used to treat anemia.

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