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Australian Open matches to be confined to indoor courts if conditions turn hazardous

Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020 ()
Action at the Australian Open will be confined to the three stadiums with retractable roofs and eight indoor courts if conditions become hazardous due to the bushfire crisis, organizers of the Grand Slam event said on Tuesday.
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