Robert Farah at “no fault” following failed drugs test and is free to return to tennis!

Good news for mens doubles tennis is that Robert Farah will return to the ATP tour next week in Rio de Janeiro.

On the 17th of October last year Robert Farah was tested out of competition in a testing mission WADA. The sample was tested and was found to contain Boldenone which is a banned substance.

Once this came out just before the Australian Open the Colombian was adamant this was not of his doing and was an accident.

This was a small dosage which is used in meat in Colombian restaurants. He was tested again in late December where no trace of it was found in these findings and that this was just an accident as the ITF have said is at “no fault” for this or was negligent.

Farah was tested 10 times between March and October 2019 and there were no other irregularities in other tests.

Robert released this pressure release following the announcement:


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