Yes, r201, we discussed it on the other thread.
Because, r195, it's innuendo, gives no evidence that anyone with any knowledge of real-life events could believe, and is generally vile and offensive.
Basically that article, or whatever it is, which is from a year ago, hypothesises that Nadal was out for a brief period because he was given a "silent ban" for having tested positive for banned substances. First of all, what an insult to any reader's intelligence. There would never be such a "silent ban" - if there is the entire tennis world is a con and a lie, covering up for doping players. The ATP, the WTA, all the tournaments, all the Grand Slams, they're all just a fraud and taking us for a ride. So, if the whole game is so corrupt, then why would they even bother banning someone for doping.
Then, it's well-known that Nadal has had knee problems for the past few years and has had to take time out one more than one ocassion. The author of the article doesn't actually say whether Rafa had been - in his opinion - caught doping before and given more than one so-called "silent ban". But, Rafa's whole style of play can very easily lead to damaged knees, there's nothing remarkeable about that or suspicious about his injuries.
Also very specific to Rafa's type of play is the fact that he's mainly a clay court player and his Grand Slam dominance is mainly at the French Open. He has "only" won the other Grand Slams a total of four times. Djokovic has won the Aussie, Wimbledon and US Open six times. Is he doping too? So, yes, Rafa is a very skilled player, one of the best, but his greatness mainly comes from one surface - and that kind of playing profile cannot be "engineered" by doping.
Then, what about the other players? Surely, they would know, they must have been informed or suspect something? If they've not been informed, then the official tennis bodies are truly corrupt! But, if the other players aren't aware of it, then how does this obscure, irrelevant blog writer get to know? And, if the other players do know about it, then why don't they seem to care? Surely all the players who've lost to Nadal would be bringing lawsuits?
Not to mention, he's in the final at the US Open. Since that article was written Rafa has also won the French Open. Presumably if he had been caught doping and banned then he'd be under really strict supervision. In which case, he must truly be a remarkeable player to reach the final of two Slams without doping. Especially if he's supposedly being doping all these years - suddenly, without banned drugs, he's able to improve so much through dopeless training that he can make the final of a Grand Slam. And remain number 2 in the world.