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Old 01-19-2013, 06:55 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by 90's Clay View Post
It would take an outside entity coming in and giving a thorough investigation..

Tennis doesn't police itself very well with the drug use of its players.

Only lower tier forgettable guys have popped positive for drugs.. The upper tier guys haven't been caught yet.

Agassi was on meth and it was all swept under the rug
Meth is a little different than using peds, but your point is a good one anyway.

It wouldn't surprise me if a lot of upper tier tennis players dope. People are quick to point fingers. I would think that the common peds for tennis would be endurance based ones. Serena obviously doesn't take those...

Have you seen they way nadal trains? I hope he doesn't take peds, but the guy works his butt off all the time. I think a lot of players would be in the same place if peds were completely wiped from competitions. I don't think it makes as enormous as an impact as many people make it out to be.

Some peds are primarily used for fast recovery after matches, which I don't even really care much about.
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