American Tennis Player Jenson Brooksby Suspended for 18 Months for Violating Anti-Doping Rules
Moscow, October 25 – American Tennis Player Jenson Brooksby Suspended for 18 Months for Violating Anti-Doping Rules
American tennis player Jenson Brooksby has been suspended for 18 months by the Tennis Anti-Adverse Events Authority (ITIA) for breaching anti-doping regulations, as reported on the official ITIA website.
Violation of Anti-Doping Rules
During a 12-month period, the 22-year-old athlete failed to disclose his whereabouts on three occasions. In the hearing, Brooksby admitted to missing the first and third tests, but disputed the second test. However, the court found him significantly at fault and negligent in his actions.
From July 5 to January 4, 2025, Brooksby is prohibited from participating in any tennis activities, including playing, training, or attending events. He has a 21-day window to appeal the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Player’s Ranking and Recent Recovery
Jenson Brooksby is currently ranked No. 301 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and was ranked No. 33 in the world in 2022. He has recently been recovering from wrist surgery.