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Australian Open has new policy for heat

Australian Open organizers have tweaked the extreme heat policy for 2015 in the wake of complaints from players about dangerous conditions during a heat wave in Melbourne during the last tournament.

Craig Tiley, the tournament director, said the decision to implement the policy will take into account the weather forecast once the temperature exceeds 40 degrees.

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