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Slovenia's Jakupovic says she couldn't breathe before quitting Australian Open qualifying

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Slovenia's Jakupovic says she couldn't breathe before quitting Australian Open qualifying

Slovenia's Jakupovic says she couldn't breathe before quitting Australian Open qualifying

"It was really scary, I couldn't breathe", says tennis player Dalila Jakupovic after pulling out of her Australian Open qualifier as smoke from bushfires blanket Melbourne.

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