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Experts imagine "world after" tennis for Le Figaro

2020-07-11T23:39:19.480Z

The recent Adria Tour fiasco, organized by Novak Djokovic, has highlighted the difficulties of the protocol for the resumption of the men's circuit scheduled for August 14 in Washington, in the United States. A recovery of the gentlemen on the American courts preceded on August 3 by that of the ladies. Almost four ...



The recent Adria Tour fiasco, organized by Novak Djokovic, has highlighted the difficulties of the protocol for the resumption of the men's circuit scheduled for August 14 in Washington, in the United States. A recovery of the gentlemen on the American courts preceded on August 3 by that of the ladies. Nearly four weeks before the New York meeting of the US Open, the second Grand Slam tournament to be contested in 2020, from August 31, while hoping that the virus is only a distant and bad one remember, tennis could suffer the economic crisis by the end of the year. Global confinement will also have allowed the governance processes of this sport to be questioned and raised questions about the evolution of a very traditionalist game. What impact on the economy of the professional circuit? How will players be affected by the recession? Could ATP and WTA circuits merge? Will the doubles matches disappear for lack of interest? What about the format of the tournaments in the future? Questioned byLe Figaro , observers and actors of French tennis deliver their vision of what tennis could be like after Covid-19. Find the full article on our site.

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