The Lance Armstrong saga not only tainted the world of cycling and his own image, but it opened the collective eye on all other sports, including tennis. So what is the sport doing to prevent the use of illegal substances?
In ESPN The Magazine, Shaun Assael writes that while Lance Armstrong's doping scandal has sent the sports world reeling, the fallout is just beginning in the tennis world -- and is leading to calls for major changes and more testing.
The owner of a leading tennis academy in Spain that trained some of the sport's stars says its players have stopped working with a doctor banned by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for helping riders on Lance Armstrong's cycling team dope.
U.S. Open semifinalist Sara Errani says she will stop working with Luis Garcia del Moral, a former member of Lance Armstrong's medical staff who was recently handed a lifetime ban by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.