In Spain we would take this as a joke, but there are too many recent precedents and persistence from the French media over this issue. Right now all this sounds as a orchestrated campaign to us. I can understand some criticism, I can even agree with them that are somewhat deserved, but we don't understand the sensationalistic and simplistic aproach they are following. 'The Sun' looks like a serious newspaper compared with 'Le Monde' right now. Too much childish tamtrums from the French media.
"Le Monde" like "l'Equipe" have investigated and talked about all doping stories in recent 20 years, probably because doping was esp verified in cycling and "Tour de France" is the most famous cycling race, it has given French media a bad reputation in some countries where people could not believe that their cyclists were doped, notably Armstrong in the USA, and now Contador (after Fuentes case) in Spain.
But French cyclists have also been caught, esp the two most famous ones of last 20 years, Richard Virenque and now Jeannie Longo, a female old cyclist, who is like an idol in France having won maybe a hundred medals, and is in the core of a big scandal as well.
That's for French media, "le Monde" still being a very serious newspaper, I even think "El Pais" is still a shareholder of it.
As for Noah's words and les Guignols which seem to have been very much talked about in Spain, Just like Heaven gives you precisely the best advice : just ignore.
If there had not been so much publicity in Spain, I can tell you that Noah's chronicle in a supplement from "le Monde" which is hardly read would have been unnoticed or only partly noticed because of its shocking conclusion : "just legalize doping", not so much about the Spaniards being mentioned and not at all about tennis.
The same for "les Guignols" who have made sport and esp doping a laughing topic for long, including about Mauresmo and her muscles, Zidane and his desire for money and boring comments, Ribéry and his bad French language, etc. But the most famous and funny part was about Virenque and his doping, that's probably why they tried to make the same kind of sketches they had done about Virenque (the sketch about Nadal is very near from a sketch they had made about Virenque in the past : a fly stung him and could fly at an astonishing speed) with another subject : it just fell on Nadal who is the most famous Spanish sportsman in France (and probably in the world) and who is known for his physical abilities.
The publicity which has been made about that small sketch in Spain has just made the video seen much more in Spain, France and now all over the world ... and has made it look like a serious and important topic
Exactly the same which had happened about Noah's words.
And as for "les Guignols", you have made a bad sketch famous in France, and maybe they will then keep on on that topic whereas they could have many other topics to talk about with the presidential elections in France happening soon.