Australian Cricketers Association chief Paul Marsh has supported the Indian players' refusal to sign a WADA anti-doping clause, saying that the ACA also finds the code "less than satisfactory".
"Cricket Australia has been aware of our concerns for some time. The whereabouts provisions are less than satisfactory," ACA chief Paul Marsh was quoted as saying by 'The Age'.
The Indian Cricket Board has refused to accept the 'whereabouts clause' of the anti-doping code, saying that it is very intrusive.
Marsh said the ACA was keeping an eye on the WADA-BCCI row.
"The Indians are taking on WADA here and we are watching with interest," Marsh said.