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Old 01-24-2013, 02:29 AM   #281
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Default Re: Djokovic on Armstrong, cycling, doping etc

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Originally Posted by Yolita View Post
I wonder what will happen if Roger beats Andy after a tough 5-setter, at the age of 31, not 25. Will they grill him about his recovery?
I actually do hope Federer will be asked often about drug testing so he, in his capacity as ATP players president, can push for more stringent testings.


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Originally Posted by Yolita View Post
Testing should be improved, or made more frequent, or whatever would make people feel better. But innuendoes and accusations without evidence are definitely not on, in my book.
Testing will never improve if public, players, coaches, associations, etc do not demand or even talk about it.
The chinese swimmers would never have been caught in the mid-late 90s had other swimmers and coaches were not talking about them.
There were so much innuendos and accusations against Armstrong, and yes it helped, because tehy put so much pressure on UCI or in this case USADA or WADA to take more drastic actions.
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People need to wake up. Olderer is not winning anymore slams - neither is he going to become #1.
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