Shifted by a week, the Parisian tournament will take place from May 30 to June 13 with the hope of having a respectable spectator gauge.
Back off to better blow up? Originally scheduled from May 23 to June 6, Roland-Garros will start on May 30 and end on June 13. By postponing the Parisian Grand Slam for a week, the French Federation (FFT) hopes to increase its spectator level much higher than it was last year (1000 people per day). A postponement of a week is not much on paper, but it can make the difference on arrival… The FFT expects that, at the beginning of June, the health situation will be better to organize an “almost normal” tournament. . But, as always, it is the epidemic that will decide, and the government decisions that result from it. “This postponement will allow a little more time to improve the health situation and should allow us to optimize our chances of welcoming spectators at Roland Garros, in this transformed stadium which now covers more than 12 hectares., said in a statement Gilles Moretton, the new president of the FFT. that
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