Monday, November 11, 2013
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Anti Doping Agency Makes The Rules Very Clear
Marin Cilic had his recent drug ban shortened to four months by the
Court of Arbitration for Sport when the Croatian convinced them he took
the banned supplement nikethamide by mistake, the World Anti Doping
Agency (WADA) has now made it clear new global anti-doping rules to be
agreed this week will leave no room for such excuses.
Federer Hopes For Better 2014
Federer may have ended his season with only one title, his lowest mark
since 2001, but he was encouraged how he finished off his 2013 campaign.
The Swiss experienced back trouble for much of the spring and summer but
over the past three weeks was able to contest Basel, Paris/Bercy and
London. He reached a final and two semifinals, including at the ATP
World Finals, where he fell to Rafael Nadal. He is looking forward to
Potro Looks For Next Step
been healthy, 2009 US Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro has been a
force on tour.
But that hasn't been
very often since his wrist surgery in 2010. The tall Argentine had a
very good but not great season, cracking the top 5 and winning four
titles, but he did not reach the final of a major or win an elusive
Masters Series title.
Fed Plans To Bounce Back in 2014
Federer will let the mental and physical aches from his 7-5, 6-3 World
Tour Finals semi-finals loss to Rafael Nadal heal while he plots
strategy for a return to full form next season.
The 17-time grand slam
champion who is likely to finish an unfamiliar seventh in the table, was
bold enough to lay out his hopes for 2014, which starts for him in a bit
under two months with a first-time appearance in Brisbane in late
Wawrinka Ends With A Loss But Pleased With The
his disappointment was not easy for Stanislas Wawrinka after losing his
World Tour Finals semi to Novak Djokovic. But the "second Swiss" behind
Roger Federer could not help but be pleased with his breakthrough 2013
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