Serena Williams has been beaten again in the frequency with which she is selected for anti-doping tests.
Wimbledon's runner-up participated on Tuesday night after another visit from a tester to Twitter.
And it's that time of the day to get "random" drug tests and just test Serena. All players have proven that I am the one who is tested the most. Discrimination? I guess so. At least I'll keep the sport clean, "she tweeted.
In a second message, the 36-year-old added," But I'm ready to do whatever it takes to have a clean sport, so bring it on. I'm excited.
Figures from the United States Anti-Doping Agency Williams was tested more than any other tennis player in 2018.
Individual numbers of athletes tested under the Tennis Anti-Doping Program Will be released at the end of the year every year.
Williams addressed the topic at a Wimbledon press conference after it was revealed to the Americans was unlucky when a test subject refused to leave their home after being randomized to test outside the home had been allocated by the 23-time Grand Slam champion.
"How is it tested five times in June? It's only June, I've been tested five times, "she said.
" Tennis has given me so much. It's such a great sport. I feel like equality, that's all I've preached. If we test all five times, we'll do it. It's just about being the same and not centering a person. "