Australian Open: Medical officer defends extreme heat policy – BBC Sport

Posted on Jan 16 2014 - 10:41am by Zennie Abraham
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The chief medial officer at the Australian Open has defended criticism of the competition’s “extreme heat policy” after Jamie Murray was treated for heatstroke. Play was suspended on uncovered courts for more than four hours on Thursday as temperatures
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