'Fears are justified'


“It’s easy to understand the concerns of both players and administrators as the ICC seeks to iron out the wrinkles in its recently adopted comprehensive drug-testing policy. The players are naturally worried about an invasion of privacy,” Chappell said.

“If cricket shied away from a tough drug-testing regime, there’s no guarantee doping wouldn’t escalate and then down the track fans would have doubts, like there are in baseball now, over players’ records,” he was quoted as saying by a cricket website.

Chappell fears the gap in players’ earnings could drive them to doping.

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