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Australian Open matches delayed by smoke

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Australian Open matches delayed by smoke

Australian Open matches delayed by smoke

The Australian Open qualifying matches were delayed in Melbourne on Tuesday because of bushfire smoke.

Questions have been raised about the poor air quality as bushfires continue raging across the country.

Libby Hogan reports.

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