AP Interview: Tennis mulls anti-doping step

Updated: November 13, 2012, 12:31 PM ET
Associated Press

PARIS -- Tennis is considering whether to adopt blood-testing measures used by cycling and track to catch drug cheats.

"We are looking very, very carefully at an athlete biological passport program in tennis," International Tennis Federation anti-doping manager Stuart Miller told The Associated Press in a phone interview.

Biological passport programs in cycling and in track and field monitor athletes' blood readings over time for possible tell-tale indications of doping. The federations ...

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