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Tomic eliminated from Australian Open qualifying

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
Bernard Tomic’s hope of resurrecting his tennis career at the Australian Open are in tatters after his first-round exit in qualifying in smoky conditions at Melbourne Park.
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News video: Australian Open qualifying matches delayed due to poor air

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

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