Agassi played both ends on this one. He took the ATP's deal at the time to cover up the whole thing, played on, won titles, made money on tour, then years later he rats himself out, plays the victim(he was a meth user, didn't really like tennis etc) card and ends up with the best outcome - money from his confessions via his book and in most people's views, put the blame on the ATP for cover up, not himself. And let's face it, it's easier to hate an anonymous bunch of suits than a legend of the game. For the public, they are ones to blame for hiding's Agassi's "weaknesses" at the time instead of exposing them. Tennis wise, Gasquet is guilty of nothing IMO. Did cocaine improve his performance in any way? I highly doubt, look at Richie's results. Sure, his defence was laughable but that was because he couldn't bring himself to say that he made a mistake(tried coke). Coke use is illegal in most countries so Gasquet is at fault there(should be glad that he didn't do jail time) but from a tennis POV this was a PR move, it had nothing to do with artificially boosting performance.