no one is blaming a player, we are talking in general what the ATP should do if they will find out about a doping player.
i think the only thing that will makr everyone more relax is if the ATP will publish Regularly
How many times each player was tested, where, after what tournament and what was the result.
And that an Independent
body that will be responsible for this.
that's the whole key and that's one thing hard to achieve because there needs to be financing for this body. It certainly costs a lot of money.
It can't be linked with governments because it's an international thing, so who to sponsor this operation?
Now even if there is an independent sponsor like f.e. the World Health Organization, it's still a million per year against hundreds of them on the other side, if not billions.
This is the hardest part to achieve.
Another hard thing to achieve is control over the TAs. Even if the control organ is almost fully fair and independent, they could make their gimmicks with the TAs, which if caught couldn't get much of a penalty as what they do is not a crime per se. It's not a police matter most of the time (except for the docs who transport and sell the substances).
Especially the big TAs from GS countries, Spain, Germany, Russia - they are often more powerful than ATP itself, they have huge tennis networks that need to stay healthy (thousands of players at all levels), they have solid connections with sponsors, media, sometimes governments, etc. so it's another problem to keep those under control as well.
Sometimes when this is a national policy it's really hard to go against.