Saturday, February 21, 2009

The Purpose of This Blog

After the scandals of baseball, track and field and cycling, no one in charge took any responsibility - Not the athletes nor the "professionals" running each sport.  There is an obvious problem in tennis.  I first noticed this with women's tennis, but now see the same with many men.  Tennis players do not naturally build up large muscles.   I am going to make my case for the fact that steroids (or HGH) are running rampant in professional tennis.  Anyone who follows along the posts here and still believes that tennis does not have a steroid problem is kidding themselves.

12 comments:

  1. u have absolutely no facts in this entire useless blog... sorry to see u wasted ur time...

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  2. Hey, Chris, Welcome. No facts? So you could have said the same thing about Barry Bonds when he was blasting homers or Marion Jones when she was winning gold medals. I think you are missing the point. The obvious is in front of your face. I am trying to get the facts. But when you have players, officials, sportswriters and fans turning the other way, it is an uphill climb. No one can realistically look at the picture of Serena Williams at the top of this blog and say that steroids are not a problem in tennis. No one...

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  3. Do you think that eventually to the argument that tennis players are on steroids, that they will begin to suffer side effects upon using steroids? What are the side effects of roids? David Nalbandian seems to show quite a bit more anger in his matches. Do steroids cause a change in personalities? I am still curious concerning the Chilean player who won gold in the Olympics with the amount of time he lasted in the singles and doubles events.

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  4. I can't believe I've even wasted the past 5 minutes browsing your website. You present no scientific evidence whatsoever, just a bunch of your "expert" suspicions. Get some scientific data and build a real case against the sport, loser.

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  5. This site is complete trash I'm afraid. ALL speculation. Everyone's on roids but no one ever gets caught, is that the hypothesis you're pushing? Never mind the facts, let's just base arguments on what players look like. What a fool

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  6. Bryan,
    People have been caught using steroids. The hypothesis I am using is quite simple: The players are abnormally muscular. There must be an explanation. You won't build bodies like this playing tennis. You won't build a body like Serena Williams has naturally. Yes, I suspect steroids. As I said, you could have said the same thing to me if I had a blog a few years ago called "Baseball has a steroid problem" and I started posting pictures of McGuire or Bonds or Canseco. In fact, I have no doubt that baseball fans would have been just as mad. Well this is tennis! It is even more obvious than it was for baseball players. So wake up!

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  7. what do you define as "abnormally muscular"? all you're basing your speculations on is observation of players through photos. you have no firsthand knowledge or experience of the players. your credibility is zero, unfortunately.

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  8. I stand by you. Even if you were absolutely wrong in your assumptions, someone has to put the question out there.

    Right or wrong, I applaud your efforts. And for all of you mindless critics, how about you make an argument against his rather than spitting out foolish remarks? Make a blog of your own and explain how those physiques are achieved. Hell, get me their training routines and I'll buy them of ya! (Just give me a money-back guarantee...)

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  9. Roids, here is the link you were looking for. Read the whole thing

    http://tinyurl.com/nojah8

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  10. HOW F***ING BLIND ARE SOME OF YOU PEOPLE

    blabbing about scientific this and scientific that... it's nice to know some of you, like jeremy, paid attention to high school science and are quite diligent, if i may add, in applying the scientific method and being exhaustively skeptical... but REALLY,

    JUST USE SOME COMMON SENSE.

    if it looks like a rat, and smells like a rat, and sounds like a rat, and feels like a rat...
    it MOST LIKELY IS A RAT

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  11. Tennis Has a Steroid Problem said...
    Hey, Chris, Welcome. No facts? So you could have said the same thing about Barry Bonds when he was blasting homers or Marion Jones when she was winning gold medals. I think you are missing the point. The obvious is in front of your face. I am trying to get the facts. But when you have players, officials, sportswriters and fans turning the other way, it is an uphill climb. No one can realistically look at the picture of Serena Williams at the top of this blog and say that steroids are not a problem in tennis. No one...
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    THASP

    Serena, looked like that at 14 yrs old. Do you suspect she was on steroids at that age. However, body comparisons can be made to Henin from year to year that would suggest doping.

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