By Bill Wilson Business reporter, BBC News 23 April 2017 These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The player's kit suppliers Head and Nike have stood by her Maria Sharapova faces the biggest challenge of her tennis career - namely her return to the sport after a 15-month drugs ban - and it is not just her continued sporting success that is in the spotlight. Off the court, where she makes the bulk of her earnings, the question is - can she be as big a sponsor draw as she was before her enforced absence? The 29-year-old will return to action on Wednesday, 26 April, in Stuttgart after being handed a wildcard. Although some fellow players have expressed misgivings, she has the support of the WTA tour , and her fans . And, with biggest commercial rival Serena Williams announcing she is pregnant and facing time away from the game, the Russian's return is certainly timely. In the year from June 2015, Forbes estimates the five-time Grand Slam winner made $1.9m (1.5m) in prize money from playing, but a whopping $20m from endorsements, a sum matched only by Williams. And it is this primary source of earnings that Sharapova will be looking to reinvigorate. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Sharapova has participated in Evian promotional events during her ban "During her time out there will have been some continued relationship with her sponsors," says Simon Chadwick, professor of sports enterprise at the University of Salford. "But I am sure there will have been some sort of penalty clause in her sponsor contracts for incurring a suspension." 'Dangerous' Following Sharapova's admission in March 2016 that she had tested positive for a banned drug at that year's Australian Open, she was initially banned by the International Tennis Federation for two years, later reduced on appeal.
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