MADRID (AP) -- Spain's most senior sport minister says the government is considering legal action against a French TV station that poked fun at alleged ties to doping by athletes.
That comes a day after the Spanish tennis federation announced it plans to sue Canal Plus for a video skit that used its logo and made fun of tennis star Rafael Nadal and other athletes.
Jose Ignacio Wert, the minister for Education, Culture and Sport, calls Canal Plus "intolerable" and "unsportsmanlike" for the satirical suggestion that Spanish athletes "don't win by chance."
The program called The Puppets also took aim at cyclist Alberto Contador and Spain's World Cup-winning soccer team. Last week, Contador received a two-year ban from the Court of Arbitration for doping.