The 2015 and 2016 Tennis Anti-Doping Programmes can be found below in pdf format. The rules of anti-doping in tennis are thoroughly explained in the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (TADP).

The wallet card is a pocket-sized guide to the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme, designed for players to carry around with them at all times. It provides important information on certain aspects of the programme such as prohibited substances and a step-by-step guide to testing.

If a player has an illlness or condition requiring a medication containing prohibited substances, the wallet card also provides information on how to apply for a TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemption).

More information can be found about TUE application and production infomation request forms on the TUE page. 

The full TADP is available to download from the bottom of this page. A handy ‘wallet card’, which includes the list of prohibited substances, information on the TUE process as well as changes to the TADP may also be downloaded.

All questions regarding the TADP, as well as requests for hard copies of the TADP and wallet card, should be directed to the ITF at anti-doping@itftennis.com

Players are solely responsible for all substances that they ingest, including all medicines they take. Thus, it is crucial that all medication is checked for Prohibited Substances.