Murray appears to be joining Rafa in his opposition to the lack of sanity in the new doping rules.
The 21-year-old Scot raged: “I got a visit at 7am at my home right after I had travelled home from Australia. I woke up not knowing where I was and suffering badly from jet lag.
“It seemed ridiculous to me as I’d been tested just four days earlier, straight after the match I had lost in the Australian Open.
“The official who came to my home wanted me to produce identification to prove who I was.
“He insisted on watching me provide a sample, literally with my trousers round my ankles.
“And then he insisted that I wrote down my own address, even though he was at my private home at 7am.”