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Temperatures rose to 41 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit) during Tuesday's matches

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Maria Sharapova takes a drink between games

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Bethanie Mattek-Sands pours water to her neck as she sits in her chair between games

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Tennis fans protect themselves from the sun during a first round match at the Australian Open

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Kei Nishikori wraps an ice pack around his head

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Taiwan's Chan Hao-ching with ice pack on her head

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Yaroslava Shvedova receives treatment by trainers

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Fabio Fognini cools down in a fountain in central Melbourne as temperatures topped at 43 C (108 F) at the Australian Open

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Juan Martin del Potro cools off with the help of ice pack during a break

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Canada’s Frank Dancevic applies an ice pack to his head after collapsing during his first round match

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Canada’s Frank Dancevic lies on the court after collapsing during his first round match

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Canada’s Milos Raonic cools himself with an ice pack during a break

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Daniel Gimeno-Traver assists an official in helping a ball boy who collapsed during his men's singles match

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Caroline Wozniacki pours water over her head during her women's singles match

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Lourdes Dominguez Lino wraps an ice pack around her face during a break in her first round match

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