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RE: Tara Moore


Lambda wrote:

Tara appears to be coaching
https://communitysw.com/indiana-premier-tennis/#gallery-details-tara-moore


 The bio also uses the phrase played, as opposed to plays. 



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An independent tribunal has determined that tennis players Tara Moore and Barbara Gatica bore No Fault or Negligence for their Adverse Analytical Findings.

The players are therefore subject to no period of ineligibility.


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Great to have an official decision finally and one that exonerates her. But must be gutting given this fiasco came at a time when she was looking like a solid top 100 doubles player. With Emina now top 100 in singles and with her coaching gig, Im not sure whether well see Tara back on court.

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It is great news for sure but how does Tara get compensated for losing 18 months of her career, and possibly losing her career entirely.

They should let her come back with her pre suspension ranking, 83 was it, at the very least. Im presuming no financial loss compensation although maybe there should be an insurance policy in place to compensate for this type of situation ?

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www.bbc.co.uk/sport/tennis/67810283

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I feel for her. It was glaringly obvious that this wasnt intentional doping and its ridiculous it took so long to be resolved.


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JonH comes home wrote:

It is great news for sure but how does Tara get compensated for losing 18 months of her career, and possibly losing her career entirely.

They should let her come back with her pre suspension ranking, 83 was it, at the very least. Im presuming no financial loss compensation although maybe there should be an insurance policy in place to compensate for this type of situation ?


Should be allowed the same PR status as any other player coming back from a long injury.



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Great news about Tara. Really hope there is a way back for her and she gets some proper help from the WTA.

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Never mind a PR ranking, surely she must be entitled to compensation for being suspended for 19 months for something which they now admit wasn't her fault. She lost her career, her livelihood and her reputation. At 31 it will be unbelievably tough to start again. If nothing is forthcoming could she not take them to court for loss of earnings?

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I don't have an issue with the initial ban but there is no way this should have taken 18 months to resolve.



-- Edited by emmsie69 on Saturday 23rd of December 2023 08:40:36 PM

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I'm with you, emmsie

No problem with the initial ban. And no compensation for a 'normal' length of time to investigate - she had a banned product in her system, it has to be investigated.

But 18 months is beyond ridiculous, especially in such a time sensitive industry, and especially given it was just a first instance 'trial', no appeals or anything.

4-6 months would be a 'normal' and 'reasonable' maximum, it seems to me.

Anything over that (unless it was her fault for not producing the required documents or anything like that), then the ITIA should compensate.

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Comment by  Simon Briggs in Sunday Telegraph that Tara had to fund her own legal defence against the ITIA charges. Why did the LTA not help her? 



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From Tara on X

x.com/taramoore92/status/1738568918690677243

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Thanks JonH.

That is really interesting. Good luck to Tara clap.gif



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JonH comes home wrote:

From Tara on X

x.com/taramoore92/status/1738568918690677243


 Good luck to Tara I hope that, despite everything she has a great comeback. It'll be a pleasure to see her playing again.

And I agree with everyone that the time taken to resolve this is ridiculous. There should be some standard timeframe/limit for producing a decision (say 6 months) and unless the ITIA can demonstrate a good reason for why that's not been met (lack of cooperation from the player or an exceptionally complex case), they should have to pay compensation. That would concentrate a few minds! And yes, some kind of protected ranking for those who are exonerated, too.



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