17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Britain top seed Andy Murray have put pressure on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to commence the biological passport anti-doping process soon as possible in this year.
World No. 2 Roger Federer insists that he was not tested on blood after the Australian Open championship, which makes him little bit surprise. Swiss legend has joined along with his best rivals Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to put more demands on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to bring in the biological passport anti-doping system in tennis sport.
Six-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic said he was not subjected to blood tests in last six or seven months, as it was more regular in the part but it stopped taking right now. Federer said International Tennis Federation needs more funding to bring in all the tests possible before the Grand Slam tournaments, which will help to finance to keep the tennis sport clean and trustworthy,
2012 US Open champion Andy Murray also suggested ITF that he wants to be anti-doping testing done in tennis sport and biological passport method will make sport pure.