Gasquet was kissing a girl in the nightclub, that's how the traces entered his body...
"The tribunal, which met in London, bought the story. ''His denial was convincing and, in our judgment, completely truthful,'' they wrote.
``We conclude . . . more likely than not that the cocaine detected in the player's urine sample entered by means of Pamela's kissing in the period between from about 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. that morning. If the cocaine had been ingested earlier, the quantity was so small and the half-life of the drug is so short, it would have been undetectable in the player's urine.''
Gasquet, a 2007 Wimbledon semifinalist, did get reprimanded for putting himself ''in an environment where contamination with a prohibited substance was a risk,'' the report said. ``He ought to have known that the Winter Music Conference festival [held annually in Miami during the period of the tennis tournament] was an event notorious for the use of recreational drugs.''