Organisers of the Australian Open change their extreme heat policy ahead of the 2015 tennis tournament, two days after Australia had its hottest month on record.
The new Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) Extreme Heat Policy developed by Professor Ollie Jay (University of Sydney), Associate Professor Carolyn Broderick (University of NSW and Chief Medical Officer ...
A new extreme heat policy is being introduced at the Australian Open this week, the result of a research collaboration between Tennis Australia and the University of Sydney.
The Australian Open's new extreme heat policy allows 10-minute breaks in men's singles matches — for the first time in grand slam ...
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Soaring temperatures halt matches at the Australian Open tennis tournament, as a report warns that the country will see "hotter and longer" heatwaves.
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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — As Roger Federer cried while accepting his 20th Grand Slam title, Rod "Rocket" Laver took a chance to snap a picture for posterity.