Sharapova's positive test for meldonium was the talk of the locker room as the hardcourt tournament at Indian Wells got underway yesterday. Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova said she was 'shocked' and world number three Agnieszka Radwanska described it as a 'sad day for tennis'.
Radwanska said she was in the locker room in Indian Wells with a group of WTA players getting ready train for this week's tournament in southern California when she heard the news on Monday. "It is a sad day for tennis," she said today.

"Nobody expected that. We are all waiting to see what they are going to do about it," added Radwanska. Czech Kvitova said Sharapova has made a 'huge mistake' by not paying more attention to what drugs are on the banned list.

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