A rather shocking comment by Vania King about doping in tennis. (Note: King has since deleted the tweet)
Wonder what prompted this comment...does she have any specific players in mind?
One point, King is wrong about titles. The tennis anti-doping rules state (s. 9.1): "An Anti-Doping Rule Violation committed by a Player in connection with or arising out of an In-Competition test automatically leads to Disqualification of the results obtained by the Player in the Competition in question, with all resulting consequences,forfeiture of any medals, titles, ranking points and Prize Money obtained by the Player in that Competition." (Is she implying they don't enforce their own rules? Conveniently for tennis, no player has ever been found guilty of an anti-doping violation after winning a tournament. The closest was Mariano Puerta's French Open runner-up positive.)
Anyways, I'm sure the ITF/WTA will have a stern talking to King about her comments, lest people get the "wrong" impression of the ITF's "strict" anti-doping program.
Update #1: Something new from twitter-land...