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Victoria's chief health officer calls for Australian Open air quality policy

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 15 January 2020
The calls from Dr Brett Sutton come as Wimbledon and US Open finalist Kevin Anderson pulled out of his Kooyong Classic game on Wednesday due to the combination of hot, humid and smoky conditions.
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News video: Air pollution from wildfires threaten Australian Open tennis matches

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Matches at the Australian Open may be suspended if air pollution from the recent wildfires poses a risk to the players' health.View on euronews

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