Angry players battle through bushfire smoke at Australian Open qualifiers
Melbourne — Tempers flared at the Australian Open qualifying on Wednesday as players battled through another day of smoky air and two of the game’s all-time greats were labelled “selfish” for not protesting about the conditions. Qualifying was disrupted for a second successive day, firstly by bushfire smoke and later by a torrential rainstorm that cleared the air but put an end to play at Melbourne Park. Tournament organisers have been under fire for ploughing...
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