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ANDY MURRAY is leading a revolt over a new anti-doping blitz to crack down on tennis cheats.
Under the new rules, athletes must report where they are for one hour of each day for the whole year so that investigators can call at any time, unannounced.
Anyone who misses three tests in an 18-month period could be suspended for up to two years.
But world No.4 Murray blasted the measures after an official wakened him at dawn in his London home to carry out a test - just hours after the jet-lagged star had flown 10,000 miles from Australia.
The 21-year-old Scot raged: "I got a visit at 7am at my home right after I had travelled home from Australia. I woke up not knowing where I was and suffering badly from jet lag.
"It seemed ridiculous to me as I'd been tested just four days earlier, straight after the match I had lost in the Australian Open.
"The official who came to my home wanted me to produce identification to prove who I was.
"He insisted on watching me provide a sample, literally with my trousers round my ankles.
"And then he insisted that I wrote down my own address, even though he was at my private home at 7am."
Players jeered representatives of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) when the measures were announced at a stormy meeting in Melbourne last month.
One player walked out and others questioned ITF officials on the mandatory requirement of the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).
World No.1 Rafael Nadal revealed that he has also had an early-morning visit from testers and said: "There is a unanimous voice in the locker-room. It is an intolerable hunt."