The header photo is from Roger's recent Basel match against Dolgopolov. That is the photo that shook many Fed and Tennis fans, although noone has had the nerve to publish and discuss it. The photo from below is from his recent match against Tipsaravic at Basel. Even as a Federer fan, I am convinced he is doping after noticing those wierdly defined muscles in both his arms and legs. Something looks very unnatural that wasn't there a few months ago.
It is time to take off the "kid gloves" and speculate on another "superman" from the PEDs era; one of the only ones left not to be directly linked to doping and PEDs despite an enormous amount of circumstantial evidence that is usually ignored by the Corporate Media.
Tiger Woods, another media darling (and Nike and Gillete "star" spokesman), got the "kid gloves" treatment in all matters in his life by the Press for over a decade until his infidelity came out last December. Now, what would have been minor or shelved stories about his connections to Dr. Galea (HGH), PRP injections and doping are rampant. Would any of his activities have come out so forcefully if not for that incident last December? I doubt it. The media wanted to put him on a pedestal until they were forced to do otherwise. Now he is a target, and nefarious doping and treatment reports are being validated relentlessly because he is no longer viewed mindlessly as a saintly "good guy".
It seems "taboo" nowadays to speculate on Roger and doping anywhere else on the web, so I offer this blog for serious and whimsical debate on circumstantial or direct evidence on that issue. If one investigates thoroughly, they can easily find that the legitimacy of his "superman" performances have been seriously questioned, and he has some dubious connections, just like all the rest in this era. The German, Belgian and French presses seem to take the lead in asking the really tough questions as usual.