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Conquistador
10-28-2009, 06:11 PM
Agassi has admitted Methanfetamine use. To me at first i was shocked to hear this. Especially that kind of drug being used on the ATP Tour--a global tour where the competition is soo fierce. To me I cant really imagine a superstar doing something like that. But now I am not really shocked. Just like Richard Gasquet--I do not believe Gasquet one bit to tell you all the truth. I feel Gasquet did use stimulants. But heres the question--who will come forward and admit to doping or using stimulants next. I for one have a big suspicion on who that may be.

OddJack
10-28-2009, 06:13 PM
Marat Safin

doom
10-28-2009, 06:17 PM
Roger Federer

flyinghippos101
10-28-2009, 06:24 PM
Marat Safin

Marat at this point, can pretty much do whatever the hell he wants. The guy's retiring, like he gives a rat's *** about what the ATP thinks anymore.

Beacon Hill
10-28-2009, 06:36 PM
Agassi has admitted Methanfetamine use. To me at first i was shocked to hear this. Especially that kind of drug being used on the ATP Tour--a global tour where the competition is soo fierce. To me I cant really imagine a superstar doing something like that. But now I am not really shocked. Just like Richard Gasquet--I do not believe Gasquet one bit to tell you all the truth. I feel Gasquet did use stimulants. But heres the question--who will come forward and admit to doping or using stimulants next. I for one have a big suspicion on who that may be.
What stimulants do you think he used and why do you think this?

norbac
10-28-2009, 06:46 PM
Federer looks kinda fruity....

Conquistador
10-28-2009, 06:50 PM
Federer looks kinda fruity....

Im sure you mean fruitful. Look at all the trophies he has. They say a great tree produces great fruit.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_PNWPxvREDPU/SlF6IqmNAVI/AAAAAAAAJj4/nj4JUkZHsxE/s400/roger-federer-15-grand-slam-trophies.jpg

norbac
10-28-2009, 06:53 PM
Im sure you mean fruitful. Look at all the trophies he has. They say a great tree produces great fruit.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_PNWPxvREDPU/SlF6IqmNAVI/AAAAAAAAJj4/nj4JUkZHsxE/s400/roger-federer-15-grand-slam-trophies.jpg

Yes, that's exactly what I meant! :D

PRINCE DARWIN
10-28-2009, 07:04 PM
Agassi has admitted Methanfetamine use. To me at first i was shocked to hear this. Especially that kind of drug being used on the ATP Tour--a global tour where the competition is soo fierce. To me I cant really imagine a superstar doing something like that. But now I am not really shocked. Just like Richard Gasquet--I do not believe Gasquet one bit to tell you all the truth. I feel Gasquet did use stimulants. But heres the question--who will come forward and admit to doping or using stimulants next. I for one have a big suspicion on who that may be.

Who do you suspect? Do you think it's someone from Agassi's era? Maybe someone that Agassi knows that was also using? Are you talking about Michael Chang :-p j/k.

What about Jim Courier's abrupt exit from the tour? I know he was at least served with DUI on University of Georgia's campus a while back.

PRINCE DARWIN

PRINCE DARWIN
10-28-2009, 07:12 PM
Roger Federer

Honestly, I respect Roger Federer a great deal. I found most of my respect for him this year, since my love, RAFA NADAL got injured. I am still RAFA's #1 fan and I still constantly root against Roger Federer, but I (finally) realized what a consummate professional Roger Federer is in how he always shows up the majors and most other tournaments in tip-top competitive shape. The melt down Roger supposedly had in the spring U.S. hard court season, was because Roger Federer was not winning every tournament and maybe losing in the QF and SF.

But in my respect, also comes an overwhelming suspicion that he does have some type of help. And ever since I learned that his father is the chief executive of some small pharma/biotech firm in SUI, it furthers my suspicion that maybe Roger Federer has been privileged to partake in some substances/supplements who technology or chemical composition may go undetected by the WADA. I know, I sound paranoid and a bit of a conspiracy theorist, but it's the same suspicions surrounding Usain Bolt and other celebrated athletes. Maybe some human beings are a cut above, or maybe not ...

PRINCE DARWIN

NotSoSuper
10-28-2009, 07:15 PM
How can you not believe Gasquet? There was like less than one tenth of a line found in his system.. Thats not enough to get you going..

flyinghippos101
10-28-2009, 07:23 PM
Honestly, I respect Roger Federer a great deal. I found most of my respect for him this year, since my love, RAFA NADAL got injured. I am still RAFA's #1 fan and I still constantly root against Roger Federer, but I (finally) realized what a consummate professional Roger Federer is in how he always shows up the majors and most other tournaments in tip-top competitive shape. The melt down Roger supposedly had in the spring U.S. hard court season, was because Roger Federer was not winning every tournament and maybe losing in the QF and SF.

But in my respect, also comes an overwhelming suspicion that he does have some type of help. And ever since I learned that his father is the chief executive of some small pharma/biotech firm in SUI, it furthers my suspicion that maybe Roger Federer has been privileged to partake in some substances/supplements who technology or chemical composition may go undetected by the WADA. I know, I sound paranoid and a bit of a conspiracy theorist, but it's the same suspicions surrounding Usain Bolt and other celebrated athletes. Maybe some human beings are a cut above, or maybe not ...

PRINCE DARWIN

If Fed was given secret performance-enhancing drugs, then they better go back to the drawing board. Fed didn't win the french in a convincing fashion, nor did he win Wimbledon by huge margins. In fact, at both tournaments he was points away from losing it all.

jms007
10-28-2009, 08:36 PM
Really? You were surprised? Agassi always had that "edge" about him. Really it doesn't really take much of an extreme personality to do drugs when you're that famous. At that point, drugs are gonna be readily available almost anywhere. Now if Sampras did meth I'd be surprised.

jamesblakefan#1
10-28-2009, 10:23 PM
Sharapova

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Tony48
10-28-2009, 10:45 PM
Sharapova

http://hosting01.hotchyx.com/adult-image-hosting-03/4701Mash-Walk.gif

LMAO!!!

Also, Fed probably does coke. :)

crazylevity
10-28-2009, 10:51 PM
Sharapova

http://hosting01.hotchyx.com/adult-image-hosting-03/4701Mash-Walk.gif

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Epic WIN.

Dutch-Guy
10-29-2009, 01:43 AM
Roger Federer

As being gay:)

Polvorin
10-29-2009, 02:01 AM
But in my respect, also comes an overwhelming suspicion that he does have some type of help. And ever since I learned that his father is the chief executive of some small pharma/biotech firm in SUI, it furthers my suspicion that maybe Roger Federer has been privileged to partake in some substances/supplements who technology or chemical composition may go undetected by the WADA.


Well...if he does...he certainly hides it better than Nadal.

nfor304
10-29-2009, 02:28 AM
There were players suspecting Muster of doping when he retired. His retirement coincided with harsher doping penalties and testing procedures.

THUNDERVOLLEY
10-29-2009, 03:22 AM
Sharapova

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http://i17.tinypic.com/66adpaa.jpg

Heh. Well this means her next stop after her stick legs finally give out: co-hosting The View, 500 appearances on Oprah talking about her lifestyle, guest star spots on Grey's Anatomy as the woman previously straight women cannot resist..... :)

velkov
10-29-2009, 03:51 AM
lleyton hewitt

jazzyfunkybluesy
10-30-2009, 07:44 AM
How can you not believe Gasquet? There was like less than one tenth of a line found in his system.. Thats not enough to get you going..

He went through several eight balls but didnt drink enough golden seal.