The organizers of Open France had “no reason to penalize” Maria Sharapova from him by denying a wildcard for the tournament, says Women’s Tennis Association.
Russian, 30, has been classified too low for direct entry as its 15-month ban on medication continues its ban.
The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has chosen not to give Sharapova a jolly to “protect” sports standards.
“I do not agree with the basis of their decision.” He respected the sanctions, “said WTA chief Steve Simon.
“There is no reason to penalize a player beyond the sanctions that the final decisions that solve these problems.”
Twice a winner of the Open de France, Sharapova needed a jolly, which was given at the discretion of tournament organizers to take part in the tie or qualifying tournament.
Sharapova’s victory guarantees the Wimbledon qualifier Wimbledon eligible structures could face Sharapova ‘
Cash – Sharapova should not receive the Wimbledon jolly. But on Monday, FFT chief Bernard Giudicelli Ferrandini said: “There may be a back injury jolly and it can not be a jolly for doping back.
“I’m really sorry for Maria, very sorry for the fans. They might be very disappointed, she may be very disappointed, but it’s my responsibility, my mission to protect the high standards of the game undoubtedly played the result.”
Shortly after learning his dream Roland Garros, Sharapova retired injured by his second-round opening match against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.
The French ouverture begins May 28
The exit soon to Rome ending hope for Wimbledon
Sharapova has returned to action without a deposit last month and has moved from 211 to the world after having received wildcards in Stuttgart, Madrid and Rome.
This will be enough to at least earn a qualifying spot at Wimbledon next month.
Sharapova had to reach the semi-finals of the Italian Open to qualify for the Wimbledon draw, but withdrew Tuesday in the second round Lucic-Baroni 4-6 6-3 2-1.
“I apologize for having to retire from my meeting with a left thigh injury,” he said. “I have all the necessary evidence to make sure it’s not serious.”
Sharapova will now wait until June 20 to find out if you are among the wildlife characters of All England Club.
The former number one in the world has not played a Slam since it has posited positive results for the drug against Meldonium Heart Disease at 2016 Australian Open.
This led to a ban two years earlier, then reduced to 15 months after the Sports Arbitration Court found it was not a “deliberate doping”, read more here