Tennis is a bit of a joke when it comes to anti doping work isnt it? So few out of competition tests.
Completely. It does so few they might as well be zero. See:
2011 they did 216 out of comp tests. That covers men, women, juniors, doubles, even some wheelchair, some challengers, itf and Davis Cup also.
Of those 216, a grand total of 21
were blood tests. A lot of drugs can't be detected by urine tests.
2010 they did 10 blood tests for the year.
2008 and 2009 they did NONE!!!!
Even worse, players can just skip the tests without penalty when they are doping (they need to miss three in 18 months to get sanctioned).
The entire tennis out-of-comp testing programme is a figleaf to meet Wada standards, but with so few tests as to be completely useless.