The 2021 TUE forms can be downloaded here:
Note: Any players requiring exemption certificates should ensure that the Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) Application Form is fully completed, together with the necessary supporting documents (see what is required) and return it to the address given on the document as soon as possible and no later than 30 days before the commencement of the competition in which you are participating. It is acceptable to scan and email the TUE form and documentation.
TUEs from other National Anti-Doping organisations or recognised Sports Organisations
Please be aware that the WBF does not automatically recognise a TUE awarded by any other organisation (i.e. a NADO or ANY other recognised sports organisation). Thus in the absence of such automatic recognition, the Athlete shall submit a request for recognition of the TUE to the WBF to the Chairman of the TUE Committee, Dr Jaap Stomphorst (click here to email) . The request should be accompanied by a copy of the TUE and the original TUE application form and supporting materials referenced at Articles 6.1 and 6.2 (unless the Anti-Doping Organization that granted the TUE has already made the TUE and supporting materials available via ADAMS or other system approved by WADA, in accordance with Article 5.4)
Players are advised that the WBF may select samples following testing for long term storage for analysis in future years.
The WBF International Events
The list of Championships for which TUEs are required in advance can be found by clicking here
Information from the World Anti-Doping Authority (WADA)
The WADA Prohibited List – please check carefully to see if the medication you are taking is on this list. If it is then you will need to complete the TUE form.