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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Grand Slam Committee
Tennis is adopting the biological passport program and increasing the number of blood tests as part of a new anti-doping drive that players themselves have demanded.
Jeff Rees is retiring after more than four years in charge of tennis' anti-corruption group, and former police officer Nigel Willerton will replace him on Jan. 1.
Serena Williams was fined $2,000 by the U.S. Open on Monday for berating the chair umpire during the final.
NEW YORK (AP) | Serena Williams was fined $2,000 by the U.S. Open on Monday for berating the chair umpire during the final.