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The scorching heat on Day 2 thinned crowds at Melbourne Park and prompted players to cool off between points with bags of ice on their heads or draped over their necks. Little relief was expected this week, with similar heat forecast until Friday
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"It's hazardous to be out there. It's dangerous," Dancevic said, criticizing the tournament for not having suspended play. "Until somebody dies, they're just going to keep playing matches in this heat."
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"Of course there were a few players who experienced heat-related illness or discomfort, but none required significant medical intervention after they had completed their match," Tim Wood, the tournament's chief medical officer, said in a statement.
A ball girl was treated for heat stress during a morning match, and the tournament shortened rotations for the ball kids to 45-minute shifts.
Players used metaphors and anecdotes to describe how hot it was.
"I put the (water) bottle down on the court and it started melting a little bit underneath — the plastic. So you know it was warm," former No. 1-ranked Caroline Wozniacki said. "It felt like I was playing in a sauna."
Wozniacki was luckier than most. She had a straight sets win in the morning when it was 38C (100F).
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"It was like an oven — when I open the oven and the potatoes are done. That's what it's like," Isner said.
Two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka agreed.
"It felt pretty hot, like you're dancing in a frying pan or something like that," she said after advancing to the second round.
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No. 4 Andy Murray struck a more sober tone.
"As much as it's easy to say the conditions are safe," Murray said, "It only takes one bad thing to happen."
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