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Old 10-09-2012, 03:47 PM   #392
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Originally Posted by dangalak View Post
What is so wrong about Nadal serving a silent ban? You are aware that this isn't all that unlikely, given the regulations of the ATP, right? If you have a positive test, you are barred from playing, but your positive test will not be published. Only if the case is closed (CAS rules against the player, B sample is also positive etc) the case is published. If the athlete gets a therapeutical use excemption retroactively for example, he can get acquitted and thus, the original positive test will never be published.

This way, the player has served a "silent ban". The fact that you consider this some sort of impossibility or a joke, shows how clueless you seem to be.
That wasn't the point of his post. The whole silent ban issue has been discussed ad nauseam. Why don't you go and make another thread about it.
Consider the set of all sets that have never been considered.
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