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1/20/2023 |  Murray match highlights how tennis can be an all-night sport (Associated Press (AP)) MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Andy Murray just wanted to go to the bathroom.
It was 3 a.m., he’d already been playing his Australian Open second-round match against Thanasi Kokkinakis for more than 4 1/2 hours — they would carry on for another set across more than another hour — and Murray was hoping to be allowed to head to the locker room for a quick break.
1/18/2023 |  Pegula, whose family owns Bills, honors Hamlin in Australia (Associated Press (AP)) MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Pro tennis player Jessica Pegula has Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin on her mind — and his No. 3 jersey number on her outfit — at the Australian Open.
1/17/2023 |  Australian Open bans flags from Russia, Belarus on site (Associated Press (AP)) MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Flags from Russia and Belarus were banned from the site of the Australian Open on Tuesday after more than one was brought into the stands by spectators on Day 1 of the year’s first Grand Slam tournament.
Normally, flags can be displayed during matches at Melbourne Park. But Tennis Australia reversed that policy for the two countries involved in the invasion of Ukraine that began nearly a year ago.

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