As some of the world's great tennis players celebrate their wins at the end of a gruelling tournament at the Australian Open, they would no doubt think all the sacrifices they’ve made have all been worth it. But, writes Dr Beau Frigault, DEA's Queensland state chair, exposure from extreme heat might soon be too high a price for some athletes — and spectators — to pay.
Dr Beau Frigault is Queensland state chair of Doctors for the Environment Australia and a former Ontario Tennis Association player and coach.
First published in the Daily Telegraph on 15 January 2019 (note this story is subscriber only )
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