History Of Tennis Changed Due To Coronavirus, Sania Mirza Also Shocked

Coronavirus French Open Sania Mirza

Right now, only Coronavirus talked about in the whole world and the rest of the things that are happening due to this. From business to sports Corona has affected. There has also affected the tennis venue. Corona has changed the history of the Grand Slam itself. There will be the first time that the second Gland Slam French Open of the year will become the last Grand Slam of the year. Indian tennis star Sania Mirza also worried about the postponement of the French opener.

French Open Postponed Due To Coronavirus

The Grand Slam French Open, to play on clay courts, has decided to hold in September amid a growing threat of Coronavirus. After the decision came, it has criticized by many players. He said that no one talked to anyone about this decision.

The second Grand Slam French Open of the year usually held in May-June. This time also it was to be on its schedule, but due to Coronavirus, it had to postpone. It will now play from September 20 to October 4.

Sania Mirza Said These

Sania Mirza gave her opinion on this and said, “I was just thinking that a lot is going on in the world at the moment, and everybody has something. I think the players should have informed about this. I, too, got a mail from the federation, but I was asleep. When I woke up, I saw the letter, then the tweet, and when I talked to some players about it. They were furious and irritated. A was. It, therefore, revealed that he first Twitter about it”. Coronavirus.

“I don’t think the French Open will be able to fit into the program in any way. Hopefully, all things are done correctly, and we can play it after the US Open. But I don’t understand that suddenly hard How will we be able to play on the clay court in 1 week of playing on the court. “

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