Maybe that's why they don't do any tennis events in Texas during July or August...it consistently maxes out over 95°F (35°C), and it's not out of the realm of possibility to see 105°F (40.5°C) or more on occasion. Granted, here in Dallas, it has only reached 111°F (44°C) five times (two at 113°F, two at 112°F, and once at 111°F), but it's possible...if the humidity gets low enough.
Have they thought about doing the matches in the mornings and suspending play at around 2pm local time?
Someone originally from Sweden going to Australia in January will definitely be in for a culture shock as far as temperatures go...it could be a 100°+ swing!
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