Kollhoff doubles at the Australian Open due to rain

Tennis player Wesley Kollhoff does not have to play at the Australian Open on Wednesday. The world number 3’s first match in doubles was canceled due to bad weather in Melbourne, where it rained continuously for hours. Just before 6 am NST, 4 pm in Melbourne, it was announced that tennis would continue on the side courts.

Koolhoff, 33, and his British partner Neil Skupski will compete against Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan and John Patrick Smith of Australia. The match was scheduled for Stand 8, the stand where Bottic van de Zandsholb and Talon Grebe will meet later in the day. After the Kollhof match was cancelled, the Netherlands match became the third of the day.

The Demi Shores’ first game was also removed from Wednesday’s schedule. Schurz ranks sixth in the women’s doubles with American Desira Krawczyk.

At Melbourne Park, the three largest stadiums, Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and John Cain Arena, are covered. During the early hours of the third day of the Australian Open, only tennis was being played there.

Source: National Ports Agency

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