At The Australian Open, The Heat Is On — More Than Ever

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The 2014 Australian Open is breaking records for heat. High temperatures are being recorded in Melbourne, making this year's Australian Open one of the hottest ever. For more on the oppressive heat, Melissa Block speaks with Jon Wertheim, an executive editor with Sports Illustrated who is covering the tournament in Melbourne.

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