BIOLOGICAL PASSPORTS

  • Passports should end doping system disaster: Berdych April 21, 2013

    Monte Carlo: Current antidoping measures in tennis are a "disaster" and the introduction of biological passports can only improve matters, world number six Tomas Berdych said. "The system right now... I don't know how it works with the others but with me, it does not work at all," the Czech told...
  • Tennis agrees to biological passport for anti-doping March 7, 2013

    London: Tennis has agreed to adopt the biological passport programme and to increase blood testing as part of a new anti-doping drive. The move was announced on Thursday by the International Tennis Federation, which said the measures will go into effect this year on both the men's and women's tours. The...
  • Federer backs biological passports to check doping February 12, 2013

    Rotterdam: World number two Roger Federer has called for the introduction of biological passports in tennis similar to those used in cycling to detect possible doping. "A blood passport will be necessary as some substances can't be discovered right now but might in the future, and that risk of discovery...