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 OpenThe Washington Times
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The USTA will take "extraordinary precautions" to ensure player safety, Cuomo said.Forbes
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.IN
New York City will host the Western & Southern Open and the U. S. Open back-to-back in a tennis extravaganza later this summer, according to a report from Chris Clarey of the New York Times.Forbes
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday gave the green light for the U.S. Open to be held from Aug. 31-Sept. 13 without fans as part of the state's reopening from shutdowns related to the COVID-19 outbreak.IN
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday gave the green light for the U.S. Open to be held from Aug. 31-Sept. 13 without fans as part of the state's reopening from shutdowns related to the COVID-19 outbreak.U.S.