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    French Open postponed to May 30 amid COVID-19 crisis

    This 12 months’s French Open tennis match has been postponed by every week as a result of COVID-19 pandemic and can start on Might 30, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) mentioned on Thursday.

    The French Open, which final 12 months was postponed by 4 months and passed off in entrance of restricted crowds, was on account of begin this 12 months on Might 23.

    This 12 months’s version of the claycourt Grand Slam will end on June 13, two weeks earlier than the anticipated begin of Wimbledon.

    The postponement is ready to have an effect on the ATP and WTA calendars, particularly on the grasscourt season with tournaments scheduled to start out on June 7 in s’Hertogenbosch (WTA and ATP) Stuttgart (ATP) and Nottingham (WTA).

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