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I'm sure 9/10 players dope. I have what is pretty reliable info on one in particular.

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They're not even subtle about it. There's one trainer who's widely known as "the drug dealer", used by a number of top players.
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I'm sure 9/10 players dope. I have what is pretty reliable info on one in particular.
I'm not sure about 9/10 but I'm sure a good number of the top 100 players do. I'm not sure how much anabolic steroids help tennis players but other things like EPO, Human Growth Hormone, Insulin Abuse, and Blood doping definitely can.

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I'm sure the ITF turns a blind eye to doping because there is $$$ involved, where ever there is money there is corruption. I was fully convinced that tennis players dope when Andre Agassi pretty much put the ATP on blast in his book saying they covered up a positive narcotics test. If they are capable of covering a positive narcotics test, they are equally capable of covering up a positive doping test.

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do you think the ATP will risk the media storm of a top 5 ATP player getting caught out

players outside the top 100 all believe most top players are on the juice- i dont know about that- all i know is the only guys who look clean to me are guys with bellies

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do you think the ATP will risk the media storm of a top 5 ATP player getting caught out

players outside the top 100 all believe most top players are on the juice- i dont know about that- all i know is the only guys who look clean to me are guys with bellies
The actual results will be leaked and it'll show 99 failed tests in the top 100 then pass for "Nalbandian, David"

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The actual results will be leaked and it'll show 99 failed tests in the top 100 then pass for "Nalbandian, David"

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at first i thought this was some kind of parody but then i realized it was the real ITF web site


the "mickey mouse era" tag is too kind for the clowns in charge of tennis right now

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at first i thought this was some kind of parody but then i realized it was the real ITF web site


the "mickey mouse era" tag is too kind for the clowns in charge of tennis right now
They're not clowns though, they know exactly what their doing/not doing in terms of keeping the sport "clean". Their first priority is keeping their money right

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its very hard to be a blood doper and have a huge gut
blood doping rips your body like a greek olympian
blood doping is very expensive- i cant imagine dave blood doping and then having a pizza

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Common HGH Side Effects: The most common and severe side effects are visible water retention, middle ear infection, and Acromegaly. The last item in that list is a disease that starts with the overgrowth of connective tissue and facial bone, which then leads to an altered look due to protruding eyebrow and jaw bones. This condition can also result in abnormally large feet and hands as well as increased growth of body hair. Ironically, instead of increasing life expectancy, HGH-caused Acromegaly can shorten one's lifespan significantly. As for common yet less severe side effects, they include muscle and joint stiffness, fluid retention in your limbs (hands, arms, feet, and legs), and flu-like symptoms (fever, muscle aches, chills, extreme tiredness, and so on).

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The ITF must think most Tennis fans have very short attention spans and little actual Tennis knowledge. At least they're not covering obvious truth that up.

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its very hard to be a blood doper and have a huge gut
blood doping rips your body like a greek olympian
blood doping is very expensive- i cant imagine dave blood doping and then having a pizza

tell-tale signs of dopers are

Common HGH Side Effects: The most common and severe side effects are visible water retention, middle ear infection, and Acromegaly. The last item in that list is a disease that starts with the overgrowth of connective tissue and facial bone, which then leads to an altered look due to protruding eyebrow and jaw bones. This condition can also result in abnormally large feet and hands as well as increased growth of body hair. Ironically, instead of increasing life expectancy, HGH-caused Acromegaly can shorten one's lifespan significantly. As for common yet less severe side effects, they include muscle and joint stiffness, fluid retention in your limbs (hands, arms, feet, and legs), and flu-like symptoms (fever, muscle aches, chills, extreme tiredness, and so on).
interesting. so if they look like they're from the jungle (like mowgli), then they might just be a doper.
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Good to see they don't take themselves seriously, we don't either.

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