Exhibit # 1. She-MAN-tha Stosur.
A subject of this website has mentioned that the "human body has evolved." Apparently you aren't aware that Darwin predicted millions of years of evolution would be compressed into a few decades on the cusp and into the 21st century?Moose McKnuckles said:Exhibit # 1. She-MAN-tha Stosur.
Although it's hard to imagine that Serena was on steroids at age 11.“When we were 10, I had to literally run around in the shower to get wet; I was this big,” Roddick said, bringing his hands close together. “She was bench-pressing dump trucks already at that time.”
Williams was quick to rebut that one Monday. “Andy’s always exaggerating,” she said. “I was so small for my age. He was small, too. But he just got jealous, because my body was more fit and that my biceps are probably still bigger than his.
fixed it for you.luckyboy said:That is a great blog.
Nice to be reminded that most sports are worse off than cycling.
lol. If Ricco was a tennis player anyone who suggested he had doped would be sent to a mental institute as a conspiracy theorist.L'arriviste said:
I give you Foster Wallace also. I think he was reincarnated as a 19yo Australian with a lobotomy named TomicAltitude said:How is tennis a sh!t sport?
I agree. In the mens game its boring until the last 16 when there is maybe a hope, and I just dont watch till then.gooner said:Well the mens game have the top four of djokovic, nadal, federer and murray and they are miles ahead of everyone else at the moment. It looked liked del potro could get into this group after beating federer in the US open a couple of years back but he hasnt been the same since his injury. I find the early round matches of tournaments with one of them big four playing so predictable and one sided that i dont really start watching it till the quarters or semis onwards.
Let's hope that David is reincarnated one more time. Great guy, great mind, great writer. Life cut too short. RIP my friend.blackcat said:I give you Foster Wallace also. I think he was reincarnated as a 19yo Australian with a lobotomy named Tomic
Thats not strict. Thats the basic WADA rules for all affiliated sports.avanti said:Actually tennis has a very strict anti-doping rules. Apart from in-competition testing players must provide a location where they will be for one-hour for every day of the year for random testing. The WTA policy is available here: http://www.itftennis.com/shared/medialibrary/pdf/original/IO_61472_original.PDF
Some of my cycling friends work with the drug testing facility at a major tournament and accompany selected players from the time they finish a match until they are drug tested.
Not according to this blog:avanti said:Actually tennis has a very strict anti-doping rules.