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Australian Open: a big cricket comes onto the court during the Alcaraz match

It’s a “tradition” of the first Grand Slam of the year.

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Australian Open: a big cricket comes onto the court during the Alcaraz match

It’s a “tradition” of the first Grand Slam of the year. In the middle of the southern summer, in the heat of Melbourne, animals of all kinds are out and often appear during matches. And the examples have multiplied since the first blows of the racket on Sunday. Monday during the first marathon round between Felix Auger-Aliassime and Dominic Thiem, a seagull in particular landed on the court and then flew into the stadium for a few minutes causing hilarity from the spectators and players, as well as an interruption of the match for a few seconds during the third set. No interruption Tuesday during the first round between Alcaraz and Gasquet. Just a few seconds of hesitation, the time for the world number two to chase away a big cricket that had invited itself onto the court.

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