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June 16, 2018
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Australian Open officials signal that the controversialextreme-heat policy could be open to review, as world No. 1 RogerFederer joins the chorus of complaint about conditions at thetournament. – (The Age — 18 January, 2007)
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Maria Sharapova described the blistering conditions at theAustralian Open today as ‘inhuman’. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 16 January, 2007)
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DAVID Nalbandian and Maria Sharapova yesterday called formodifications to the extreme heat policy that left some players onthe brink of physical meltdown during the Australian Open’s firstround and pushed the majority of singles matches late into a verywarm night. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 January, 2007)
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Russia’s Maria Sharapova squeezed through after coming within two points of losing at the Australian Open on Tuesday when players struggled to last the distance in the sweltering conditions. (CNN — 17 January, 2007)
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Serbian 13th seed Ana Ivanovic cruised into the second round of theAustralian Open as organisers cut back the program amid soaringtemperatures. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 16 January, 2007)
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