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French Open may hold without fans, says federation president

The delayed French Open could take place in September and October without fans, the country’s tennis federation chief said on Sunday.

The clay Grand Slam tournament was supposed to start in late May but the coronavirus pandemic meant it was postponed.

The governing bodies of world tennis have come together to raise in excess of US 6million dollars to create a Player Relief Programme.

“We are not ruling out any option,” Bernard Giudicelli said.

Without paying fans, television and sponsorship money could still be generated.

Top professional tennis is suspended globally until July 13. Wimbledon has already been cancelled.

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