“Half of the Top 100 dope legally!”

Australian tennis player John Millman (149 ATP) explained in a tweet the reason why he considers Simona Halep, but also the method used by athletes to dope legally.

John Millman, a member of the Australian Davis Cup national team, firmly believes in the innocence of Simona Halep, the athlete who tested positive for roxadustat.

Millman found evidence that no one thought of after another doping case emerged in tennis. Fernando Verdaco tested positive for methylphenidate but received only a two-month suspension because he forgot to renew a therapeutic use exemption that allowed him to take the drug during tournaments.

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The theory expounded by John Millan

“I generally don’t like TUEs (therapeutic use exemptions) in professional sports. They open too many loopholes to legally dope you. It’s a very unfortunate situation for those who really need it, as is the case here.

However, it has long been known that if you want to dope, you get a therapeutic use exemption! To continue, this is one of the reasons why I believe that Simona Halep is innocent.

If he really wanted to enhance his performance with a banned substance, he could have sought a therapeutic use exemption. I strongly believe she is innocent and I hope she gets back on the field as soon as possible,” John Millman said on Twitter, according to ProSport.

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“Half of the Top 100 dope legally!”

Following the latest doping scandals in tennis, journalist Ben Rothenberg claims that half of tennis players dope legally, although many do not have health problems:

“A player on the ATP circuit told me today that he estimates ‘half of the top 100 do this… Maybe more!’ And not because they have problems concentrating while doing their homework,” revealed the well-known American journalist.

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