WADA has questions for ATP
LONDON -- The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency wants tennis authorities to shed light on Andre Agassi's admission that he used a banned drug and escaped a suspension by blaming his positive test on a spiked drink.
WADA leader John Fahey said Wednesday he was disappointed by the revelations in Agassi's upcoming autobiography that he used crystal methamphetamine in 1997 and lied to ATP tour officials to avoid a ban.
Fahey said WADA -- which was founded in 1999 -- can't ...
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