|A tale of two situations at Melbourne Park|
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MELBOURNE, Australia — Maria Sharapova toiled in 109-degree temperatures for more than 3½ hours on Rod Laver Arena and could count herself among the unlucky early starters at the oppressively hot Australian Open on Thursday.
After organizers finally decided to suspend matches due to extreme temperatures in a heat wave gripping southeastern Australia, late lighting and rain caused further delays on day four.
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