Tennis players banned for steroid use

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:05 IST

The ATP has issued two-year bans to Brazlian Pedro Braga and Slovakian David Seebok.

Tennis players banned for steroid use
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Florida: The ATP has issued two-year bans to Brazlian Pedro Braga and Slovakian David Seebok for testing positive for banned substances. In a release, the ATP said Braga, ranked 453rd, tested positive for the steroid stanozolol in February after a first-round qualifying match of the 2003 ATP tournament in Costa do Suipe, Brazil. The ATP also banned David Sebok, ranked 1,090th, in May, after he tested positive for the anabolic agents stanozolol, clenbuterol and nandrolone and the stimulant ephedrine after a qualifying match in February for the Milan Indoors. (AP)
Topics : Tennis
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