NADA starts collecting samples of IPL 2020 players in the UAE


UAE: The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) on Monday said it has begun gathering tests of players contending in the Indian Premier League in the UAE in the wake of enrolling staff from Dubai.

The office presented a tweet on affirming the move.

“Nothing India had connected with test assortment staff in Dubai for dope testing of cricketers partaking in IPL 2020. We have just started dope testing on Indian just as International cricketers partaking in IPL,” NADA tweeted from its official handle.

At the point when NADA DG Naveen Agarwal was asked, he told PTI: “The example assortment of players for dope testing has just begun a couple of days back. I wouldn’t prefer to remark past that.”

It is perceived that NADA’s own Dope Control Officers (DCOs), who were because of fly to the UAE in the second seven day stretch of September, are anticipating for vital endorsement for the outing.

Nothing is probably going to send tests for testing at the WADA-certify lab in Doha.