You can add me to that list too. Unfortunately, I very much doubt that the truth will ever come out although we can always live in hope.
I think it will come out, although the probability is after he has stopped playing. There will always be someone in the know who sees a chance to cash in by revealing all. It only takes one disgruntled employee, to say one thing that will trigger the avalanche.
I really appreciate all of you who are nailing your colours to the mast alongside of me. Being a heretic is a lonely business sometimes.
It seems so obvious to me. I get confused by the fact some people don't seem to see it.
Djokovic's gluten free nonsense also applies. If gluten really affected him so much, surely he would have been ill with something like IBS to the point of struggling to play at all. It would also have been picked up as a health issue when he was a child. If it wasn't then removing it from his diet shouldn't have made that much difference. It just comes over as complete bull**it to me, and therefore we need for to look for an alternative explanation for his meteoric rise.
I should point out I think doping is undoubtedly endemic in lots of sports, but I think tennis is one of the few actively trying to avoid addressing the issue, and catch the major offenders.