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Based on what I have heard there is. Because of the natural co-mingling among players word spread about what is the item de jour. The Argentinians are not the only ones cheating. Look at the performance of the Americans on hard courts-a surface that strength and speed works on and compare that to their performance on clay where skill and tennis knowledge is often necessary although Nadal has changed that some what with his transformed physique which no one is allowed to comment too long about. A number of the American players have changed their body shape since coming on the scene but no one has said anything. One Russian player on the ATP sported an oversized head for sometime. It seems to have shrunken somewhat along with his tennis skills. Look at how long these players men and women go in rallies without even bursting a sweat or even looking weary. Players who have not played for months come from out of the blue and with nothing but strength and speed overpower their opponents to reach the finals and semi-finals of events. Cycling is bad but tennis needs close scrutiny. A close up look would perhaps make one shudder. Instead of taking part in petty personality games, tennis journalists should be pursuing something like this and the other bane of the sport-pedophalia.
 

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You need a unified conspiracy theory there. What about the IMG distributing the juice so that it can blackmail players into fixing matches? That is a lead to follow, take your time running your investigation.
 

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You need a unified conspiracy theory there. What about the IMG distributing the juice so that it can blackmail players into fixing matches? That is a lead to follow, take your time running your investigation.
:lol: Forget the unified theory in physics...this is more urgent.
 

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:lol: Forget the unified theory in physics...this is more urgent.
Next step will be to reveal that Brad Gilbert is the boss of all bosses, controlling IMG and drug distribution :lol: But who will then be behind Brad? :silly:
 

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Based on what I have heard there is. Because of the natural co-mingling among players word spread about what is the item de jour. The Argentinians are not the only ones cheating. Look at the performance of the Americans on hard courts-a surface that strength and speed works on and compare that to their performance on clay where skill and tennis knowledge is often necessary although Nadal has changed that some what with his transformed physique which no one is allowed to comment too long about. A number of the American players have changed their body shape since coming on the scene but no one has said anything. One Russian player on the ATP sported an oversized head for sometime. It seems to have shrunken somewhat along with his tennis skills. Look at how long these players men and women go in rallies without even bursting a sweat or even looking weary. Players who have not played for months come from out of the blue and with nothing but strength and speed overpower their opponents to reach the finals and semi-finals of events. Cycling is bad but tennis needs close scrutiny. A close up look would perhaps make one shudder. Instead of taking part in petty personality games, tennis journalists should be pursuing something like this and the other bane of the sport-pedophalia.
i remember you :tape:
 

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Ask Greg Rusedski's dad about a top American coach's connections or better yet ask the British female journalist what Rusedski's dad told her. Enough. Research on the internet. It is there for all who care to read. There is a sinister underlining to tennis' frivolity.
 

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This thread in GM is like throwing meat to the dogs, or in a tennis sense, a 13 yr old girl to Feli Lopez
 

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You need a unified conspiracy theory there. What about the IMG distributing the juice so that it can blackmail players into fixing matches? That is a lead to follow, take your time running your investigation.
Next step will be to reveal that Brad Gilbert is the boss of all bosses, controlling IMG and drug distribution :lol: But who will then be behind Brad? :silly:
No doubt terrorist cells are involved in this. It is part of OBL's international plan of destruction. :D
 

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The steep hierarchy of tennis itself might lead to think that the temptation of doping is huge: out of the top 100 you're nobody and your career costs you money. In the top 100 you have good chances to become a millionaire, and to become a star ! I find very courageous form the Tour de France organizers to shoot themselves in the foot by chasing and firing dopers to send a clear sign to everybody, including the best ones (or supposed to be). They lose TV deals, they could just go on and cover it up like it has always been in the past. I am not sure that there would be such a determination in tennis. For example, the fact that the anti-doping controls were given to a Canada laboratory instead of the French laboratory of Chatenay-Malabry who discovered the Puerta and Karatantcheva cases at Roland-Garros, says a lot about the way to operate.
Would the governing bodies of tennis be ready to put in jeopardy their best marketing tools (the best players) if they were conviced of doping ? No way…
 
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