Wickmayer (left) and Malisse were both banned for missing tests
The International Tennis Federation has lifted the one-year bans it imposed on Belgian duo Yanina Wickmayer and Xavier Malisse for flouting anti-doping rules.
Wickmayer had been banned after failing to report her whereabouts for testing three times, while Malisse twice missed tests and was unavailable a third time.
The ITF says both players are eligible to begin competing again immediately.
A Belgian court had banned the duo on 5 November, but the bans were then suspended by an injunction on Monday.
US Open semi-finalist Wickmayer, who is ranked 18 in the world, claims she was not properly informed of the online reporting requirements for drug-testing that led to her initial ban.
Malisse, a former Wimbledon semi-finalist, twice failed to report his whereabouts and on a third occasion was unavailable for testing at the address he had submitted.
Following Monday's court ruling, Wickmayer was offered a wildcard to play at the ASB Classic, a warm-up tournament for January's Australian Open.