The French Open was postponed from its original dates due to the coronavirus pandemic.© Twitter
Roland Garros chiefs said Wednesday that the delayed French Open will get underway on September 27 as the ruling bodies of world tennis revealed a new-look calendar for a sport on ice since mid-March due to the coronavirus. The French Open was switched from its traditional May-June slot because of the pandemic with September 20 pencilled in as a start date. Now, the Paris main draw will begin a week later and finish on October 11.
With the US Open already confirmed to start on August 31, the ATP and WTA tours announced their restart dates.
The ATP Tour will resume in Washington from August 14 while the WTA starts in Palermo, Italy, on August 3.
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