Coronavirus has moved the grand slam tournament the French Open from spring to autumn.
It has created dissatisfaction in several places in the tennisverdenen, that the organizers of the French Open on Tuesday chose to postpone the grand slam tournament, which had to be settled 18. may to 7. June.
The acid mines is not because grusturneringen is moved because of coronavirusset, but to the organizers without clarifying it with the other tennis tournaments have chosen to run the tournament 20. september to 4. October instead.
It is just a week after the US Open, which usually is the year’s last grand slam tournament, and culminates at the same time with a number of other tennis tournaments.
One of them is Make Cup, a tournament for the men between a team of Europe’s best tennis players against the best tennis players from the rest of the world.
– It comes as a surprise to us and our partners, the ATP, the UNITED states tennis federation and Australia’s tennis federation.
– This gives rise to many questions, and we assess the situation, standing there in a tweet from the organizers of the Make Cup, which this year is scheduled to be played in Boston 25. 27. september.
There will also be a suppository to the decision of the French Open from the organizers of the US Open, which is still considering moving the dates.
– In a time where the world must stand together, we must realize that we cannot make such decisions on your own.
– Therefore, will the UNITED states tennis federation will do so only after discussion with the other grand slam tournaments, ATP, WTA, ITF and our other partners, including the Make Cup, writes the US Open on Twitter.
Wednesday decided the ATP and WTA to stop all professional tennis tournaments up to 7. June. In a joint press release from the unions, there was also a suppository for the French tennis federation.
– This is not a time to act on their own, but to do it in the community.
– All decisions related to coronaviruses requires discussion and cooperation between the involved parties. The vision shared by the ATP, WTA, ITF, AELTC, Tennis Australia and the USTA, says with reference to all the main tennis federation except the French.