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Wheelchair tennis - 01 Mar 2006
David Buck suspended for 3 1/2 months for doping offence.
Tennis - 04 Jan 2006
The ITF has launched a dedicated ITF Tennis Anti-Doping Programme website. The new site, which expands the ITF’s online family of sites under the portal, is available at <A href=""></A>.
Tennis - 04 Oct 2005
The International Tennis Federation and the ATP announced today that, from the start of 2006, the ITF will manage, administrate and enforce the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme at ATP-sanctioned events.
Tennis - 22 Dec 2004
The International Tennis Federation announced today that Stefan Koubek has been found to have committed a Doping Offence.<BR>
Tennis - 22 Dec 2004
The International Tennis Federation announced today that Stefan Koubek has been found to have committed a Doping Offence.
Tennis - 11 Jun 2004
The 2004 ITF Annual General Meeting attracted 90 nations and 280 delegates, partners and staff to Barcelona this week for two and a half days of meetings including the annual gatherings of the ITF Regional Associations, a half-day agenda of Key Issues Sessions and the formal AGM. This year’s AGM was co-hosted by the Spanish and Catalan Tennis Federations as the final event in the year-long celebration of the Centenary of the Catalan Federation.
Tennis - 10 Mar 2004
The ITF respects the decision made by the Independent Tribunal in the Greg Rusedski case but regrets the climate that currently exists in our sport with regard to the use of supplements that ultimately led to the charges levelled against Rusedski, Bohdan Ulihrach and six others.
Tennis - 10 Mar 2004
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA -- The ATP, governing body of the men’s professional tennis circuit, announced today an expansion of its efforts, first announced in July 2003, to identify the cause of the low levels of nandrolone or its precursors in anti-doping test samples. Two new experts have agreed to join the ATP investigation to determine the cause of low-level nandrolone in test results, and the ATP also will ask the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to name a third member of the group.
Tennis - 18 Mar 2003
The Grand Slam Committee met this weekend in Lausanne, Switzerland to discuss issues related to the current state of the game.
Tennis - 20 Feb 2003
The International Tennis Federation announced today that they have signed an agreement with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to permit out-of-competition testing for tennis players. The signing represents another step forward for the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme.
Tennis - 15 Jul 2002
St. Petersburg, FL (July 12, 2002) -- 'While it is not the policy of the Sanex WTA Tour to respond to baseless conjecture, I feel compelled to address comments made recently by John Mendoza, the Executive Director of the Australian Sports Drug Agency (ASDA), a highly respected and important partner in worldwide efforts to keep sport drug free.
Tennis - 15 Jul 2002
'The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is angered and disappointed by careless remarks made by John Mendoza, Chief Executive of the Australian Sports Drug Agency to the media on Wednesday (10 July) about the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme.
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