Lleyton Hewitt: Doping Suspensions Need to Be More Harsh

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Lleyton Hewitt: Doping Suspensions Need to Be More Harsh
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Lleyton Hewitt says that one of the problems with drug testing on the ATP Tour is that the lengths of the sentences for those who are found guilty are too short. The Australian recalled what occurred with Argentine Mariano Puerta, who was suspended for nine months from October 2003 to August 2004, the came back and in 2005, reached the Roland Garros final, where he eventually lost to Rafael Nadal. However, in December 2005, he was suspended for another doping offense...

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