I reckon, but such a thread would not last 5 minutes unless it were started by the establishment.
Match fixing is far, far worse. Doping is only really gamesmanship, and its actual benifit if any to a generic sport like tennis is questionable. Match fixing brings the game into disrepute, is done soley for money and is likely to involve organised crime rings.
Naive at best, so doping isn't cheating, you live in Nimbin. No, there is no benefit from more red blood cells to help with endurance, there is no help in using something illegal that aids for faster muscle recovery and to gain more strength with a shorter period of time.
Considering MVA and Davydenko were investigated for suspect betting patterns, not that they were found guilty. When players are favourites and clear favourite on markets when they are down a set and a break.
Hernandez and Koellerer were going to be investigated.