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Australian Open Player Quits Match After Coughing, Falling Due To Smoky Air

TMZ.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Slovenian tennis pro Dalila Jakupovic was forced to quit her qualifying match at the Australian Open on Tuesday ... after she coughed and collapsed to the court due to the air quality. Of course, the air in Melbourne is currently considered "the…
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News video: Australian Open qualifying matches delayed due to poor air

Australian Open qualifying matches delayed due to poor air 01:27

The Australian Open's qualifying matches are delayed and practice temporarily suspended due to poor air quality.

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