Dope test scandal rocks IPL

Mumbai: Just days after the International Cricket Council (ICC)’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) chief Sir Paul Condon said the Indian Premier League (IPL) was vulnerable to corruption, just like times when Sharjah was hosting international matches, another embarrassment has hit the cash-rich venture.

It is reliably learnt that IPL — in its maiden season — has had its first tryst with doping. According to an official at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) a pace bowler from the sub-continent has become the first player to fail the random dope tests conducted during the IPL. A senior official of the ICC has also

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