McEnroe doesn't believe Sharapova
Tennis great John McEnroe finds it hard to believe that Maria Sharapova was unaware she was taking a banned drug that led to her suspension, the seven-times grand slam champion said on Saturday.
"It would be hard to believe that no one in her camp, the 25 or 30 people that work for her, or Maria herself had no idea that this happened," McEnroe told The Tennis Channel Saturday during the BNP Paribas Open.
McEnroe noted that at the 1990 Australian Open he was ejected from a match after he did not realize a rule change that reduced a player's default from four steps to just three.
"Nobody told me, so it is possible that Maria did not know that, though it's extremely doubtful," he said.