"Her suspension under the terms of the tennis anti-doping program was completed and therefore was not one of the factors weighed in our wildcard selection process", a statement from the US Tennis Association on Tuesday read.
The 30-year-old Russian, a five-time major victor, was given one for Wimbledon qualifying but withdrew with an injury.
Sharapova pulled of this week's tournament in Cincinnati with an arm injury and is now ranked No 148 in the world after a disappointing run of form and fitness since her comeback in April. The final women's wild card for singles will be an Australian player named later.
The Russian has played just nine matches this year and skipped this week's Cincinnati Masters after being forced out of action by an elbow injury in Stanford earlier this month.
Sharapova has been participating in tournaments via wildcard invitations, beginning in April on red clay at Stuttgart, Germany.
Sharapova, currently ranked at 148 on the WTA leaderboard, beat Justine Henin-Hardene to win her sole title in NY but she will now look to win a second US Open crown 11 years on from that triumph.
In its statement, the USTA also listed off former US Open Champions who have received US Open main draw wild cards, including Martina Hingis, Lleyton Hewitt, Kim Clijsters and Juan Martin del Potro.
Other women's wild card entries were granted to Taylor Townsend, Kayla Day, Sofia Kenn, Ashley Kratzer, Amandine Hesse and Brienne Minor.
The US Open runs from August 28 to September 10 at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows, New York.
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Miami waived injured wide receivers Francis Owusu , Jordan Westerkamp and offensive lineman Kwayde Miller was released. Starting right tackle Ja'Wuan James is nursing a shoulder injury that he'll likely have to play with all season.
Stuart Broad and England step into the unknown this week in the first day-night Test match to be held in this country. Meanwhile Tom Westley and Dawid Malan have yet to nail down their places at numbers three and five respectively.
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The outreach said they were working to determine if the kitten is the infamous Rally Cat from Wednesday night's Cardinals game . We understand from media accounts that the woman meant to take it home and care for it, but lost track of it in City Garden.
GoDaddy Withdraws Service To US Far Right Website
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Pres. Trump Backs Sen. Strange in Ala. Primary
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Alli On Shelvey Incident
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US President Donald Trump ponders trade war with China
Xi "stressed that China and the US share the same interests on the denuclearization and peace on the Korean Peninsula". They reiterated their mutual commitment to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, the White House said in a statement.