senso-ji wrote:Racket skill, footwork and increasingly over the last decades, power.ecureuil wrote:Well, three out of four ain't badsenso-ji wrote:Whereas Nadal has said he doesn't want any more testing..
Not sure the top Tennis players in the world are scared of being caught as they're the ones asking for more testing:
Federer wants more Drug tests
Djokovic complained that the number of Drugs tests were going down.
Murray wants more money spent of Drug testing programs in Tennis
But seriously, I always thought the most important aspect of Tennis was racket skill and foot work, rather than endurance, so performance enhancing drugs can't give a shit Tennis player the kind of boost it gives a weak Cyclist.
And to play the kind of power tennis that Nadal plays for several hours you're going to need some endurance. I think Chang proved that in '89.