As a part of the decision of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to conduct random testing of players during the World Cup tournament, Indian pace bowler Mohammed Shami on Friday underwent a doping test in Melbourne. Shami's test result will be available later. It is to be mentioned here that the ICC became a signatory of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in July 2006 and since then it has been made mandatory to bring the participating players under doping tests at random.
Routine doping test for an Indian cricketer.
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