What Do You Say On Steroids In Sports Of Tennis

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The world of Tennis sports was shocked when Greg Rusedski revealed one of the dismaying instances of the use of steroids in sports history of Tennis. The 1997 U.S. Open finalist, Gregory “Greg” Rusedski divulged that he was tested positive for the banned steroid nandrolone in July, 2004, but he claimed that the banned substance might have come from a supplement provided by ATP trainers.

Another of the disappointing instances of steroids in sports of tennis was, Argentina’s Mariano Puerta, who was suspended for nine months by the ATP for testing positive last year for Clenbuterol, just two days before the news of Rusedski’s positive test.

Nandrolone is one of the most controversial steroids in sports in the recent years. In the majority of cases, athletes said they took the banned substance unknowingly in nutritional supplements. Clenbuterol, the drug that works like anabolic steroids in promoting muscle growth, also does belong to the category of the debatable drugs in sports.

Petr Korda, the 1998 Australian Open champion, tested positive for nandrolone at Wimbledon later that season and was banned for one year.

However, Rusedski said, “I know I’m innocent


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