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April 04, 2020

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What now for tennis in 2020?

What now for tennis in 2020?

Wimbledon cancelled for the first time since World War II and no resumption of the ATP and WTA Tours until July 13 at the earliest as the coronavirus continues to cause havoc.AFP Sport looks at what happens next for tennis in 2020.Djokovic, biggest winner or l

Wimbledon chief fears 'no more tennis this year'

Wimbledon chief fears 'no more tennis this year'

Wimbledon chief Richard Lewis admitted on Thursday that he feared the remainder of the 2020 tennis season could be wiped out.Tennis has been in lockdown since early last month and is not scheduled to return until July 13 at the earliest following the cancellat

Wimbledon cancelled for first time since WWII

Wimbledon cancelled for first time since WWII

Roger Federer and Serena Williams were among the tennis stars left devastated on Wednesday as Wimbledon was cancelled for the first time since World War II due to the coronavirus.The cancellation of the oldest Grand Slam tournament at London's All England Clu

Coronavirus transforms New York as US deaths top 4,000

Coronavirus transforms New York as US deaths top 4,000

Emergency field hospitals were readied in New York's Central Park and at the home of the US Open tennis tournament as the number of American deaths from the coronavirus pandemic surged past 4,000 -- higher than the toll in China.The pandemic has killed more t

Mauresmo fears 2020 tennis season is over

Mauresmo fears 2020 tennis season is over

Former world number one Amelie Mauresmo fears the 2020 tennis season could be over as Wimbledon chiefs prepare to make a decision on whether to scrap this year's tournament.Tennis is at a standstill until June 7, with the entire European clay-court season alr

Isner: No 2020 Wimbledon would be 'tough pill to swallow'

Isner: No 2020 Wimbledon would be 'tough pill to swallow'

John Isner, who won the longest-ever tennis match over three days at Wimbledon in 2010, says it will be a "tough pill to swallow" if this year's event is canceled.A decision is expected soon by tournament officials about whether or not they can stage the cl