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All sportspersons should adhere to it and happily follow it, as so many sports federations and players are following it. We have accepted WADA regulatory testing and we adhere to it. Sportspersons should be clear on one thing, that it is not getting into someone's life
— MS Gill row over whereabouts clause / August 2009
It would not be fair to all the other sports and sportsmen of the world to make exceptions to WADA's rules and I'm sure any doubts that the cricketers have can be sorted out amicably through consensus before they sign on the dotted line.
— Sania Mirza row over whereabouts clause / August 2009
I have been doing the 'whereabouts' this entire year. I think if the system allows for those who abuse it to be caught we should go with it. Lots of the tennis players had apprehensions early but we are all doing it.
— Mahesh Bhupathi row over whereabouts clause / August 2009
Security threat is for every sportsperson and cricketers are no exception. Why are they worrying so much? There cannot be different rules for sports bodies all over the world on one hand and for Indian cricketers on the other.
— GS Mander row over whereabouts clause / August 2009
Why are cricketers worrying so much? The worries of cricketers about infringement of privacy and possible security threat are not justified. I am also a signatory to WADA's clauses and strictly adhere to its rules and regulations.
— Sushil Kumar row over whereabouts clause / August 2009
We think that the Indian players have genuine security concerns regarding whereabouts filing under the code and ICC needs to deal with these. However all other players, including South African players, are currently complying with the whereabouts provisions. If the BCCI continues to reject the whereabouts provisions then we would expect ICC not to enforce these against players from other countries.
— Tony Irish row over whereabouts clause / August 2009