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    Jan Lucinda1

    I’ve been watching some of the Australian Open streamed. Thinking of our Australian friends.


    Time for the next Aussie superstar –oh for the days of Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall —-they brought tennis to todays popularity –richie

    Jan Lucinda1

    They were great.


    Hi Jan, thank you for your thoughts on Aus. , they are really doing it tough in the southern states andTassy, with the bush fires . It is nice to see some good tennis to take your mind off it, i agree with Richie about the older players though. Keep well all of you . Kind Regards Di.


    Nice that you think of the Aussies (and past Aussie tennis greats) while you are watching. The tournament is in Melbourne – it’s been very hot, but not as hot as Sydney which, on Friday, limped under the highest temperature ever recorded….45.8 celsius -or 114.44 farenheit!!!! Must seem strange to those shivering in a Northern winter! Glad to say, it was a one-day only event. Still lots of fires burning though.

    Be well! Lynnie

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    Jan Lucinda1

    Part of the fun is seeing the warm weather but 114F in Sydney is very hot!!!

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