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Where there is smoke, tennis players have been told to fire

The Age Wednesday, 15 January 2020
For the second day in a row, bushfire smoke enveloped Australian Open preliminaries but Tennis Australia left everyone in the dark.
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News video: Players collapse and struggle with breathing as Australian Open is hit by bushfire smoke

Players collapse and struggle with breathing as Australian Open is hit by bushfire smoke 01:03

Air quality in Melbourne is currently 'The Worst in the World', and it's affecting tennis players during qualifying for the Australian Open.

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