The point about the Egg is that it can be used to mask EPO doping. Anti-doping bodies like WADA have expressed serious concerns about it although they can't actually ban its use.
I am aware of that. And you can correct me if I am wrong, but I think when that story about the egg was reported, nobody outside of inner (doping) circles knew that a machine like this could be used to mask EPO. I think the public (even most journalists) only became aware of that after the USADA report on Lance Armstrong came out, which is why I am suggesting the idea that this story could have initially been planted by Team Djokovic to deflect from the (possibly more sinister) things that he was really doing. But whatever the case may be, the whole thing has now backfired on them anyway.
probably meant war of attrition, which I agree with.
Only Nalbandian is fighting a war of nutrition...
Oops. I meant war of attrition, obviously.