Sharapova hasn’t competed since the Australian Open in January 2016.
The tennis star received notice in March that she had tested positive at the Australian Open for the newly banned substance meldonium.
“We hope to see Maria back on court and will continue to partner with her,” Nike said in statement.
The Nike athlete said she will appeal the suspension.
Tag Heuer and Porsche have also distanced themselves from the tennis star after she failed a drug test.
The tennis star admitted today to testing positive for a banned substance in January.
The first Grand Slam tournament of 2016 is under way, and FN is taking a look at what top players are wearing this year.