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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Defending champion Novak Djokovic says he was saddened by the sight of players and ball kids struggling in smoky conditions during Australian Open qualifying and hoped the worst of the air pollution was behind them at the year's first Grand Slam.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number 13 Denis Shapovalov says he will refuse to play at the Australian Open if forced to compete in poor air and expects other leading players at the Grand Slam tournament would do the same if their health is at risk.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Fears of disruption to the Australian Open from bushfire smoke receded on Saturday but some players were clearly concerned about the conditions their colleagues were forced to play in earlier in the week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Gary Lineker's celebrated quote that soccer is a simple game that "the Germans always win" might well be adapted to tennis and the inescapable dominance of Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.
(Reuters) - Tennis great Chris Evert said player health is a serious concern heading into this year's Australian Open where poor air quality could hit competitors hard in longer matches amid the devastating bushfires that have engulfed the country.
(Reuters) - Phil Mickelson will be eligible for the PGA Tour's senior circuit this year but the five-times major champion said on Wednesday he has not given it much thought and is focused instead on making the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
KUALA LUMPUR: Life is getting busier for world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei after his retirement – but he is doing just fine by finding a balance.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tempers flared at the Australian Open qualifying on Wednesday as players battled through another day of smoky air and two of the game's all-time greats were labelled "selfish" for not protesting about the conditions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Open practice was temporarily suspended on Tuesday due to poor air quality as bushfires continued to rage across the country.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian badminton legend Lee Chong Wei believes former rival Kento Momota is strong enough to overcome the traumatic episode of being involved in a fatal road accident – and make a strong comeback before the Olympics.