Bird s*** derails Aus Open night session

Someone put on some coffee.

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The day four night session at the Australian Open broke all kinds of records, with Jo Konta and Garbine Muguruza finding out the hard way that Melbourne Park never sleeps.

Thanks to a five set classic between Alexander Zverev and Jeremy Chardy the match before, the two were unable to hit the court until 12:30am.

There was a back-up plan, with Australian Open officials at one stage attempting to move the match to Show Court Three.

However, due to a large amount of bird poo on the court, and not enough staff to clean it up, the switch couldn’t be made.

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