The tone of this response suggests to me that we are coming at this subject from such diametrically opposing viewpoints, that it will be impossible to find any common ground.
Your opinion and some other posters is that Nadal and Djokovic et al are clean players. My opinion, and that of a different group of posters is they are not. There is also a third group who have no firm views either way.
An opinion is simply a judgement, viewpoint or statement about a matter that is commonly considered to be subjective, ie based on that which is less than certain.
I can't produce evidence that Nadal and co are dopers, if I could this thread would be redundant as they would all be off the tour with bans.
Equally we know from Lance Armstrong that apparently passing drugs tests is not necessarily an indication a sportsman is clean.
The tennis authorities condoning a player using the excuse of a knee injury to hide a failed drugs test is not without precedent.http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-09-24/private-doping-probes-seen-hurting-tennis-as-cilic-feigns-injury.html
I think we need to agree to differ on this one.
Thanks for the link, Masaka. I'm well aware of the Cilic fiasco, and Andy was (quite rightly) incredibly transparent and vocal about it.
But your post wasn't the response I was expecting...
Why do you think Rafa and Nole are doping? What makes you have such a strident opinion on these particular players?
Frankly I was expecting you to come back with your thoughts on PRP, and possibly stats on igf-1, etc..
Here's Tommy Haas getting his very painful PRP (an athlete can't take NSAID's after treatment because this is prohibited by WADA.) I remember you saying you were also suspicious of him. (Tsonga had it for his knee injury, and Sharpova for her shoulder injury.)