Australian Open qualifiers postpone first day, causes to go

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The affect of the wildfires which have been in place for a number of days in Australia is now over. The first day of the Australian Open qualifiers has been postponed as a result of widespread fireplace. The motive for the postponement of those matches in Melbourne is alleged to have reached the damaging degree of the poisonous air unfold as a result of fireplace.

According to media studies, Tennis Australia has said that "Exercise has been temporarily canceled this morning due to poor quality of air. As always the health and safety of our players, staff and our fans is paramount to us."

Tennis Australia mentioned that their situation is being monitored and any additional resolution can be taken solely after consulting with the medical specialists of the Meteorological and Scientific Bureau of the Environmental Protection Agency of Victoria. <! –

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The forest fireplace nonetheless persists within the space of ​​East Gippsland. According to the Meteorological Department, the standard of the air is anticipated to stay waste for the following twenty-four hours. This may trigger issues in your complete match.

Dean Stewart of the Meteorological Department mentioned, "There has been more smoke from the forest fire last night and the wind is slowing at this time due to which the smoke has become darker than yesterday."

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