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“I’ll Be Cleared”: Dayana Yastremska Attempts Court Trial to Prove Her Innocence Over ‘Banned Steroid’

Dayana Yastremska is accused of doping a banned sterroid and thus her layer pleads the ITF authorities to make a fair judgment.

Dayana Yastremska, the Ukrainian star, again appeared in the headlines because of her high-profile doping case. Further, the youngster claims that ITF will find her non-guilty once she provides the proper evidence.

Since November 2020, there is an uproar in the tennis world because of the accusations on Dayana for taking banned steroids. The player even failed to prove her innocence in the past two tests.

However, Dayana’s father accused his daughter’s ex-boyfriend of doping the Ukrainian player during sexual intercourse. As mesterolone is mainly used to cure the deficiency of testosterone. However, the ex-boyfriend refused the accusations and claimed Yastremska’s father was forcing him to take the false charges of doping Dayana.

Dayana Yastremska tested positive for the intake of a banned steroid last year.

Dayana Yastremska tested positive for the intake of a banned steroid last year.

The Ukrainian pro and her ex-partner tried to accuse each other multiple times online in the past few months. Further, the boy even declared to go air and talk about the incident, but later he didn’t respond.

However, Dayana Yastremska is confident that the judging committee will find her innocent. “I am confident that, once I have the opportunity to present my case and evidence at a full hearing, I will be cleared,” she said. “As the ongoing proceedings are confidential, there is no more that I can say at this time.”

Dayana Yastremska is confident the ITF authorities will find her innocent of not taking the steroids.

Dayana Yastremska is confident the ITF authorities will find her innocent of not taking the steroids.

Even the Ukrainian’s lawyer believes her to be innocent and further pleads with the ITF committee for passing a fair judgment. However, an ITF spokeswoman claimed the committee is impartial. Further, they will declare the player innocent once she presents proof in her favor. However, if the judging committee finds the player guilty of using a banned steroid, then ITF will ban her for two years. Further, she might even have to face sentence if there is any tampering to the evidence.

Dayana Yastremska is on a provisional ban because of doping. Further, the ITF committee refused to lift the ban over the Ukrainian. The Word No.38 last played in the Linz Open in November 2020. There she lost to Greet Minnen with a score of 4-6, 3-6.

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