Novak Djokovic ripped the ITF and WADA yesterday.
British cyclist Mark Cavendish also ripped the ITF (and some former players) for entirely different reasons...
Federer's interview: "... last year when I was on the run, what was it, Dubai, Rotterdam, Indian Wells, when I won the three, and the year before that, I didn't get tested in one of those three events that I won. For me, that's not okay. You just show up and test a guy that's winning everything."
Murray on Cilic and Troicki: "Whether either player was intentionally cheating or not - we don't know that, and I don't think either of them are like that - but both of them were unprofessional..."
Stuart Miller responds to Federer: "As far as the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (TADP) is concerned, the statistics don’t support the suggestion that there is less testing, in that Roger Federer was tested an average of 8 times per year from 2004-2006, 11 times per year from 2007-2009, and 9 times per year in 2010-2012 (testing numbers in 2013 are not yet available)...The number of tests conducted on tennis players by National Anti-Doping Organizations is not known, and it’s possible that such testing may have been more frequent in the past."
I'd note that Miller doesn't address Federer's claim of not being tested at all during his Dubai, Rotterdam, Indian Wells run. Also, Miller doesn't provide testing data in a way that allows a proper assessment of Federer's comments about less testing. Miller should have given the numbers for each year rather than the unexplained three buckets he disclosed. Last, it's a pity that Miller couldn't be bothered to pick up the phone and call the Swiss anti-doping authority to get their numbers. And is he unaware that many National Anti-Doping Organizations publish data, or that the WADA publishes aggregated data (see Table G31)?