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Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Tennis is a big-ticket sport whose relationship with drugs has never been adequately addressed.

2nd November, 2014

Ewan MacKenna.

Andy Murray was playing his best match in an age, but across the court, facing Novak Djokovic, he might as well have been hitting against a wall. In a weak moment, that US Open quarter final had you thinking this was the greatest era the sport had known.

As day broke back in August, maybe it was light that brought sense along with a line in a Telegraph blog about Murray. “He heartbreakingly couldn’t quite...

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