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  • U.S. Open to be played on schedule without fans if government gives OK

    The U.S. Tennis Association intends to hold the U.S. Open in New York starting in August without spectators, if it gets governmental support -- and a formal announcement could come this week. The professional tennis tours have been suspended since March because of the coronavirus pandemic, with the French Open

    The Washington Times
  • A Cubs fan’s dilemma: How to root for the team without rooting for Donald Trump

    Donald Trump shakes hands with Todd Ricketts, a co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, at a Trump golf course in New Jersey on Nov. 19, 2016. | Carolyn KasterAP Todd Ricketts, one of the team’s owners, is working day and night for the most divisive and incompetent president in modern times. What are you to do if you’re a fan of the Chicago Cubs but the team’s owners include a guy who’s leading the effort to reelect the most divisive, destructive and incompetent president in modern American...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • U.S. Open Will Take Place This Summer Without Fans, Cuomo Says

    The USTA will take "extraordinary precautions" to ensure player safety, Cuomo said.

  • U.S. Open will go ahead without fans amid COVID-19

    The United States Tennis Association will hold the U.S. Open this year without fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak even though some top players have expressed concerns about attending the tournament due to the virus, according to multiple reports.