Mar 18, 2013
In the War on Doping, Discourse Trumps Bio Passport
Last fall, before the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's case against Lance Armstrong exploded onto every newspaper headline in the free world and before big-name players had their say on the topic, the possibility of doping in tennis was simply not discussed.
Roger Federer leads calls for biological passports to catch drug cheats
Roger Federer says blood passports 'will be necessary' and was surprised he did not have a blood test at the Australian Open When Roger Federer this week called for the introduction of biological passports in tennis , the man with the most polished image in the sport hit a clean winner.
'Hard working' Murray blasts Belgian rival Rochus over doping slur
The issue of doping in tennis has been in talk after Christophe Rochus, a Belgian player who had been ranked as high as 38 in the world, gave an interview to a newspaper in his home country claiming that the practice was widespread.
Andy Murray defends tennis from provocative doping allegations
Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images Andy Murray , like millions of people fascinated by Lance Armstrong's fall from grace, was planning to watch the former champion cyclist's performance in the celebrity confessional box with Oprah Winfrey.