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Serena Williams Claims She's Being "Unfairly" Dope Tested Because She's Black

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  • Serena Williams Claims She's Being "Unfairly" Dope Tested Because She's Black

    "US tennis star Serena Williams has lambasted doping officials for subjecting her to multiple tests in a short period of time, insisting she is the victim of discrimination.

    The 23-time Grand Slam winner posted a message on Twitter on Wednesday revealing she had undergone another doping test, claiming that “out of all the players, it’s been proven I’m the one getting tested the most.”

    “Discrimination? I think so,” the US tennis star wrote, before adding: “At least I’ll be keeping the sport clean.”

    The 36-year-old was embroiled in a doping controversy before Wimbledon this summer, where she reached the final.

    That incident took place on June 14, when a doping officer showed up at Williams’ residence in Florida at 8:30am intending to conduct an unannounced test.

    The USADA (US Anti-Doping Agency) official failed to take a sample, however, as the player was not home at the time.

    The officer refused to leave Williams' house until the doping procedure had been completed, prompting the tennis star to contact Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) CEO Steve Simon to address the issue, which she viewed as “unfair targeting.”

    One look at Serena Williams and any sane person would suspect that she's drinking gallons of testosterone--or she's actually a man pretending to be a woman. The USTA should not only be testing her for steroids but should also give her a DNA test to make sure she's both a woman--and human. What's truly "unfair" about this whole situation is that for the last 20 years, normal White female tennis players have been forced to play against this physical freak in a skirt and pretend she's a "normal" woman.

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    That size doesn't appear by accident or naturally. I know female bodybuilders who struggle to get that big with steroids. It's a no-brainer.

    Unfortunately the beneficial effects of steroids are permanent if you keep training the muscles, so athletes can stop taking it within a certain time period and never be detected.