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Italian Brand Ellesse Dumps Tennis Player Dan Evans After Failed Drug Test

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 29 / 17

Tennis player Dan Evans has been dumped by one of his sponsors, Italian sportswear brand ellesse, with the British No. 3 "continuing to pay the price after failing a drug test for cocaine," according to Kieran Gill of the London DAILY MAIL. Ellesse said that it "cannot condone the lifestyl...

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