Serena Williams has accused anti-doping authorities of "discrimination" because of the frequency with which she has been selected for random drug tests.
Williams tweeted that she was the only one to be "randomly" drug tested. The 36-year-old tennis star had previously expressed frustration about the volume of her tests earlier this month.
Williams said at the time she had been tested five times on June, compared to one or none from some of her compatriots.
Williams added, "But I'm ready to do whatever it takes to have a clean sport so bring it on. I'm excited", she said in a follow-up tweet. I feel like equality, that's all I've been preaching.
Keep in mind that Williams has never failed a drug test.
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A report published by website Deadspin in June revealed Williams had already been tested on five occasions in 2018 while other American players had been tested once or not at all. She gave birth to her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., last September. Anyway, I think that's a question they have to answer, like why is it just one person as opposed to everyone.
The Rogers Cup is a tuneup for the US Open. I'm just as curious as you guys are at this point'. She won the event three times when it was played in Toronto.
Additionally, before Wimbledon, Williams suggested she was being singled-out.
After losing to Angelique Kerger in the Wimbledon Finals, Serena said she had proven to herself that she could still compete to win Grand Slams. The World number 27 also wasn't aware that she was tested more than everyone else.