Federer criticizes the lack of communication in the Australian open smog

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Two players who have asthma, two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and 2019 US Open semifinalist Matteo Berrettini, said they were anxious about how they would fare in Melbourne.

Several of those who played on Tuesday and Wednesday suffered breathing problems, with Slovenia's Dalila Jakupovic forced to retire after a coughing fit.

"No, I'm excited to play Steve".

"Honestly, last year was the toughest year of my life, so I would hope it gets better".

In the wake of the backlash, Australian Open organisers on Saturday unveiled a five-step air quality rating to determine when play should be halted, based on pollutants measured by monitoring stations throughout Melbourne Park.

In the three arenas with retractable roofs, the game is paused to cover the stadiums and the game can continue as soon as the air quality rating of the court falls below 5.

Some qualifying players asked why influential stars like Federer no longer spoke for them, but the tall Swiss, who is a member of the ATP Players' Council, insisted that he do everything in his power.

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"What can I do?" I can go to the office, talk to them. "I went to them the first day when it was bad on Tuesday, the next day on Wednesday when it was still bad", he said. "I think if she just takes a little bit of pressure off herself and she can just play her brand of tennis, I think she's got a good shot at winning it", said Chris Evert, who won two of her 18 Grand Slam singles titles in Australia and will be on site for ESPN. Federer's last match was a defeat in the ATP Finals in November by Stefanos Tsitsipas, who also beat him at Melbourne Park in the fourth round previous year.

And then the policy goes on to say: "At any point the Referee may decide to suspend, maintain or resume match play in accordance with this policy and at his or her absolute discretion, taking into account advice from onsite medical experts, visibility, forecast changes to weather conditions and any other factors deemed relevant to the overall assessment of air quality". "I think it's closer than ever, obviously, that these young guys are going to make a breakthrough, but you've got to tip your hat to the three guys". I don't think I can do more than what I did.

Roger Federer begins his Australian Open campaign on Monday against a man he is yet to drop a set against.

Victoria's Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) rated the air quality in central Melbourne as "good" on Saturday morning and "moderate" in the afternoon, and the final round of qualifying was completed on schedule.

"She's in the finals of Adelaide right now", she said.

Instead, the policy says the break will arrive only after a set reaches an even number of games or an in-progress tiebreaker is completed.

"I really can not believe that the most important committee in the world wants bad health for the competitors". "Now if I lose, like, there's news".

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