Fire smoke forces Sharapova to withdraw in Australia

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Fire departments in a Australia Tuesday had announced its success in curbing stronger "A huge fire" The country knew him, which remained for three months out of control, while it is expected that the rains will soon start in the affected areas.

Valley Smoke fires The reason for the deterioration in air quality in Melbourne is the suspension of the organizers of the Australian Open, the exercises scheduled for Tuesday, in preparation for the first Grand Slams to be launched next Monday.

Sharapova, who played with an adhesive bandage to facilitate breathing, described playing conditions"Cruel"Explaining that she suffered "Coughing seizures" At the end of the second set.

She held the title of 5 major tournaments, which fell to 145th place globally due to her suffering with injuries "The rule of the chair asked us to go an extra mile.

She added: "In my view, the decision (withdrawal) was wise". Sharapova received an invitation from the organizers to participate in the Open Australia.

For her part, Sigmund described the smoke as "It penetrated my structure, this is the first time I have played in similar circumstances and I acknowledge that I felt in the second set".

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The 32-year-old asked for a time-out when she was tied in Group 5-5 (after her first 6-7 loss) with German Laura Sigmund, claiming that “the players inhale the smoke”.

And she was Fire departments in a Australia On Tuesday, it announced its success in curbing the strongest “massive fire” the country has known that has remained out of control for three months, while rain is expected to start soon in the affected areas.

Valley Smoke fires The reason for the deterioration in air quality in Melbourne is the suspension of the organizers of the Australian Open, the exercises scheduled for Tuesday, in preparation for the first Grand Slams to be launched next Monday.

Sharapova, who played with an adhesive bandage to facilitate breathing, described the conditions of play as “harsh”, explaining that she had suffered “coughing attacks” at the end of the second set.

“The referee of the chair asked us to go an extra mile,” said the holder of the title of 5 major championships, which fell to the 145th position in the world due to her suffering with injuries.

She added, “In my view, the decision (withdrawal) was wise.” Sharapova received an invitation from the organizers to participate in the Open Australia.

For her part, Sigmund described smoke as “penetrated my structure, this is the first time I have played in similar circumstances and I acknowledge that I felt in the second group.”



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