The International Tennis Federation’s anti-doping programme is under attack
Published 22 March 2013 By: Paul J. Greene
The International Tennis Federation’s Anti-Doping Programme (the “ITF Programme”) has been under fire recently by some of the sports highest profile players, who have urged it to be more aggressive in the fight against doping.
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- Tags: Anti-Corruption | Anti-Doping | Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) | Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) | International Tennis Federation (ITF) | Tennis
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Paul J. Greene, Esq. is a U.S. based sports lawyer who protects the rights of athletes in disputes, including those charged in anti-doping proceedings. Paul has been recognized by Chambers USA and Super Lawyers as one of America’s top sports lawyers.