Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Doping for Glory: The Roger Federer Story

The drama animation series is entitled "Doping for Glory: The Roger Federer Story". The Second Episode has just been released. Synopsis:

"Stan delivers on his promise to give Roger the biggest doping advantage possible at the O2 for the World Tour Finals. What is Roger's solution for Stan to finally be able to beat Rafa Nadal? And can either one of them overcome the talent and skills of Nadal via their outrageous doping and cheating schemes?"


  1. Hilarious! I can't wait to see what happens at the WTF.

  2. I'm a Massive, Massive Fed Fan, but after seeing that video dramatization, there is no doubt in mind that he has been doping. I feel so betrayed.

    I'm now cheering for Rafa to win the YEC and take the Australian Open. Anything, to stop Roger and Stan from doping and cheating their way through tennis!

  3. I am the biggest Federer fan you have ever seen, but after reading the circumstantial evidences on tennishasasteroidproblem.blogspot.com and federerisdoping.blogspot.com I do not believe it's a clean sport any more.
    In fact they are all doping, so let's just legalise it to stop hypocrasy.

  4. @22:07
    No, I am an even greater fan! Nevertheless I think so too: Roger is doping.

  5. This is the stupidest ass "evidence" of anybody doping, let alone the CLEAN Roger.

    What are you smoking?

  6. A commentor, sara, says of RAFAEL NADAL:

    "Usually tendonitis in a young athlete and a sudden loss of verve hints at the end of exotic ‘juicing.’"

    Pulsating truth.

    Time to re-boost the juices, so NADAL declares himself "injured" to go for another round of out-of-competition juicing! He comes back and, voila! he is serving 20mph over the "serve speed limit" and running harder than ever before.

    Adios "tendonitis" (knee, shoulder, wherever), the JUICEMASTER has an antidote for you! r-EPO blood infusion, and Dr. Fuentes' and Alberto Contador's most potent doses.

    Are the Tennis authorities paying attention? Why do they continue to allow Rafael Nadal to blatantly cheat?

  7. "The Truth Shall Set You Free"17 November 2010 at 03:44



    passingshot permalink
    September 16, 2010 2:07 am
    Nadal has claimed knee injuries since 2005, when he first started wearing bandages when he played. As you correctly observe, his injuries have rarely if ever impeded his performance as a multiple grand slam winner and his twice having reached No.1 in the world. Has ever a chronically injured player had such a distinguished career?

    His latest knee injuries, which he says occurred in the clay-court season and troubled him at Wimbledon, were apparently “cured” after a few blood platelet plasma (BPP) treatments by a Dr Mikel Sanchez, a Spanish doctor. The treatments are apparently a means of trying to restimulate tendon growth, and remain somewhat controversial. The available medical literature says there is little evidence so far to support that BPP is any more effective than conventional treatments. James Blake has had similar treatment but without the same results as Nadal.

    It is now widely speculated that taking breaks for “injuries” is a way of undergoing cycling of performance enhancing drugs at the same time. That may explain the frequency of injuries, the almost miraculous recoveries, and greatly improved performance coming off injury. Contrast the experiences of Del Potro, Davydenko and Simon, who have all had sustained periods off the tour recently with injury and are struggling to regain any kind of form (even to play again in Del Potro’s case). This is much what you would expect in the case of genuine injury. But not so Nadal. He has played continuously through his injuries (Wimbledon last year the significant exception), his movement unabated, with only the shortest break off court, and after 5 years, when his tendons should be like shredded rubber, he is miraculously cured by a Spanish doctor’s intervention, just in time to claim a his career slam. Wonders we will never cease to behold.

  8. I never thought anyone would convince me that Roger Federer was doping. But I have to admit, even as a huge Roger fan, that these video dramatizations have finally made me see the light. Roger Federer is a doper. This is a fact.

  9. Shocking. :( Appalling.

    As a longtime fan of Roger's, I think I love him enough to forgive him for the doping. But I cannot forgive him for that outfit.