XFIT BRO THE REAL ONE 1 wrote:
Sounds like an honest mistake.
Not likely. Sharapova lives in the U.S., and meldonium hasn't been approved by the FDA, so it can't be prescribed in the U.S. It has been approved in Lithuania and Russia, though (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meldonium).
So she was probably getting the drug from Russia.
Besides, why would a perfectly healthy athlete need a drug used to treat angina and myocardial infarction?
Cheating is the only explanation that makes any sense.
Here in Japan, one woman ex-pro tennis play who now works as a TV commentator just pointed all this out, so nobody's buying it.