Wait and see…

With 13 million people in a rather limited space there are bound to be some challenges. And when most of those people also get out on the streets to show their support for the newly deceased previous President, it will cause one or two complications. Today all teams were told to leave the hotels earlier as traffic was going to be extremely bad. The body of Nestor Kirchnet is being moved through the city and many roads are shut.

Apart from that we could also be up for an interesting day on the golf course. 45 mph wind gusts are forecasted. David Rickman, the R&A Chief Referee yesterday said that at the Open at St Andrews this summer balls were moving on the greens from 40 mph gusts. And the greens here are quicker!

England are not out until 12.50 local time so we will have to wait to see what the status is at that stage.

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