Tennis Tournaments Cancelled Due To Coronavirus - Covid19

Which ATP & WTA Tennis Tournaments Are Cancelled or Postponed in 2020?

Tennis Tournament Tennis Series Event Tennis Location 2019 Winner
Indian Wells Masters Masters 1000 California, United States Dominic Thiem
Miami Open Masters 1000 Miami, United States Roger Federer
U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships 250 Houston, United States Cristian Garin
Grand Prix Hassan II 250 Marrakesh, Morocco Benoit Paire
Monte-Carlo Masters Masters 1000 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France Fabio Fognini
Barcelona Open 500 Barcelona, Spain Dominic Thiem
Hungarian Open 250 Budapest, Hungary Matteo Berrettini
Estoril Open 250 Estoril, Portugal Stefanos Tsitsipas
Bavarian International Championships 250 Munich, Germany Cristian Garin
Madrid Open Masters 1000 Madrid, Spain Novak Djokovic
Italian Open Masters 1000 Rome, Italy Rafael Nadal
Geneva Open 250 Geneva, Switzerland Alexander Zverev
Lyon Open 250 Lyon, France Benoit Paire
French Open(1) Grand Slam Paris, France Rafael Nadal
Stuttgart Open 250 Stuttgart, Germany Matteo Berrettini
Rosmalen Grass Court Championships 250 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Richard Gasquet
Halle Open 500 Halle, Germany Roger Federer
Queen's Club Championships 500 London, Great Britain Feliciano López
Eastbourne International 250 Eastbourne, Great Britain Taylor Fritz
Wimbledon(2) Grand Slam London, Great Britain Novak Djokovic
Summer Olympic Games(3) Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan Andy Murray
Legends
1 - Postponed to September
2 - Cancelled
3 - Postponed to 2021
Its been a rough couple of months for the world of tennis and unfortunately it doesn’t appear to be getting any better. It started with Indian Wells and hasn’t stopped there. First The French Open, Then Wimbledon and even The Summer Olympics. We have no idea how long this is going to last, but tennis seems like a great social distancing sport when parks start opening up. Take a look at the list of the tennis tournaments cancelled in 2020 Due to Coronavirus.
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