Most of the doping tests performed on tennis players go through the WADA headquarters in Montreal, which was established in 2002.
A ceremony this week extended and will expand that association until at least 2031. There are 125 employees toiling there.
“Montréal has proved to be a successful headquarters location for us and we are happy to continue it for at least another 10 years beyond 2021,” WADA president Sir Craig Reedie said.
Sir Craig, who also is an IOC vice-president, has been under fire for a few things – including his lifting of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency’s suspension in September,