Bachelot has alleged that Nadal faked an injury to hide a failed drugs test.
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Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal asked for the results of all drugs tests he has taken in his career to be released to the public in a letter to the International Tennis Federation Tuesday.Bachelot alleged that Nadal – one of Spain's most loved and admired sportsmen – faked an injury in 2012, when he missed the final six months of the season due to knee problems, in order to hide a positive drug test.Nadal has never failed a drug test in his many years on the ATP Tour and has always vehemently denied ever using a banned substance.One of Nadal's leading rivals on the ATP Tour, Britain's Andy Murray, has been a vocal critic of the need for the tennis authorities to do more to protect the sport from doping.
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