Of all the athletes in the world without a positive test for peds, djoker would be in the top 10 most likely to be on them. He went from the worst stamina of any good player on tour(he quit in a grand slam because it was hot) in his early 20s to having more stamina than nadal in his mid 20s. The dude is on something. It's everybit as obvious as it was that bonds was in the early 2000s. Now that being said its entirely possible everyone else is too.
is it also possible that you don't fully understand how radical changes in diet and approach to the game can make the difference between being top five and #1?
here's another question: if you're badly allergic to a common food and you work very hard to cut out every last trace of that in your diet, do you think the result will be more energy or less energy?
Yeah because people just randomly decide to become one of the best endurance athletes in the world.
And no, no matter how much you change your diet, it doesn't effect you to that effect when you were already an elite athlete who was in tremendous shape.
thank you for this burst of new information.
so djokovic has now become one of the best endurance athletes in the world? wow! well, he certainly must be the talk of the international sports press, not to mention all the EPO-hunters and crusaders against blood-doping. perhaps you could do us all a favor and pick out some of the cream of the crop analysis by top writers detailing all this. i'd google it myself but there must be so many thousands of results that a layperson like me could spend hours sifting through them all. so your expertise in this matter would be much appreciated.
also, since you seem to be a nutritionist / scientist with an expert in food allergies and their effects on elite athletes, could you please send along your best references on the matter?