Whereabouts rules create testing times

Originally Published: February 25, 2009
By Kamakshi Tandon | Special to ESPN.com

When Sam Querrey was deciding whether to rent an exotic villa named "Luna Creciente" in Puerto Vallarta over Christmas, he considered its ocean views, its Jacuzzi, its outdoor pool. The gym equipment, maybe. The games room. The private cook.

Not his anti-doping paperwork.

But when it came time to let drug testers know where he could be found during the break, Querrey realized that Luna Creciente didn't have a house number or a regular address -- just its name.


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