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Djokovic slams China air quality. From Jenny. Thanks.

Posted by tennisplanet on October 8, 2010


I think Nole has a valid point, that night mist [smog] looked grim to me. This was not regular sea mist that we see here. Even a fit David Ferrer was puffing at some point which is most unusual.

Click here.


5 Responses to “Djokovic slams China air quality. From Jenny. Thanks.”

  1. M said

    I remember there being air quality cautions in Beijing, also, back during the Olympics, between the smog and the heat.

    Nole may very well have a point.

  2. Jenny said

    Quote from the article.

    “Chinese government air monitoring differs from international standards.

    Official monitoring stations describe the air as ‘slightly polluted’ but a device at the US Embassy in Beijing describes the air quality as “hazardous”.”

    As M says, there were international concerns during the Olympics [I believe Haille G withdraw from the full marathon, he has asthma] the government addressed the situation and the air quality was improved.

  3. D.S.G. said

    It seems the air quality has an adverse reaction with his hair.

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