From the Telegraph, comes the story that French tennis pro Richard Gasquet is suspended after he tested positive for cocaine.
The sport's world governing body said an anti-doping tribunal should be assembled within 60 days to hear the case.
Gasquet, the world No 23, has admitted to returning a positive sample at the Miami Masters in March.
A spokesman for the sport's world governing body said: "Richard Gasquet is under investigation for a doping-related offence and in line with WADA [World Anti-Doping Agency] rules has been provisionally suspended."
"He's suspended until the end of the hearing.
"We're now assembling an anti-doping tribunal. The ideal timeframe is within 60 days, but people have to fly in from all over the world for it."
Gasquet will now attend a hearing in front of the ITF's anti-doping commission on a date yet to be determined.
The Frenchman, who has vowed to prove his innocence, could face a two-year suspension if found guilty.