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Puerta’s career comes to a likely end
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April 30, 2011  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Puerta's career comes to a likely endArgentina’s Mariano Puerta gave one of the most memorable displays of his career in French Open men’s singles final but his career is now as good as over.

The ban of eight years imposed on Pureta by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) leaves him beyond any reasonable expectation of an ATP Tour comeback only three months before his 35th birthday.

From Independent.ie:

“I find it extraordinary that it could ever be thought satisfactory that a person’s livelihood can be terminated in circumstances such as these,” Puerta said. “I will be considering an appeal, but no decision will be taken until the New Year.

“My position has always been that I did not deliberately, or knowingly ingest any prohibited substance.”

Puerta’s positive test for the banned stimulant etilefrine after losing to the 19-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal, 6-7, 6-3, 6-1, 7-5, in the French final was his second drugs offence. Two years ago, Puerta was banned for nine months by the ATP Tour for taking the banned anabolic steroid clenbuterol.

The ITF did not ban Puerta for life yesterday because his latest positive result was “caused by an inadvertent administration of etilefrine”.

The ITF said, “The independent tribunal rejected a defence of no fault or negligence, but accepted an alternative plea of no significant fault or negligence.”

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