‘I couldn’t breathe’: Bushfire smoke brings chaos to Australian Open
Players collapsing on court and fans in face masks: the smoke from raging bushfires brought chaos to the early stages of the Australian Open this week but organisers are pressing on with the tournament, a move that has drawn criticism from participants and the public.
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