US Open tennis to continue as scheduled
At this stage the US Open tennis grand slam will continue as planned in August as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreck havoc.
Nine-times Wimbledon doubles champion Todd Woodbridge believes the coronavirus will change the course of tennis history.
Roger Federer says he is “devastated” after this year’s Wimbledon championships were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While tennis’ big three either donate or raise money for coronavirus relief, lower ranked players are struggling to make ends meet.
WTA is looking at extending the tour and more money for players when the coronavirus is brought under control.
Wimbledon organisers say they are evaluating all options in regards to the 2020 championships, including postponement.
Australia’s defending champion and world No.1 Ashleigh Barty says she’ll play the French Open ‘whenever’ it is held.
The French Open is on a collision course with Tennis Australia’s Laver Cup after moving the start dates of the claycourt major from May to September.
Reigning Wimbledon women’s champion Simona Halep is donating medical equipment in Romania to help fight the coronavirus.
French tennis federation president Bernard Giudicelli says cancelling instead of postponing the Roland-Garros due to coronavirus is “unthinkable”.
Wimbledon remains on track to start at the end of June despite the coronavirus outbreak, which has postponed the French Open.
A decision to delay the French Open will start the claycourt grand slam just seven days after US Open finals and amid numerous other tennis tournaments.
The Women’s Tennis Association is still mulling over what to do about the European clay court season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia’s John Millman says he is uncharted territory after the ATP suspended the tour for six weeks.
Greater Shepparton has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. The News understands the person was tested at Goulburn Valley Health. Another person has tested positive for the virus in Gannawarr...
Greater Shepparton has its second confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. Goulburn Valley Health have confirmed that a second person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently returned from overseas.
GV Health have confirmed that a person being treated for COVID-19 at the hospital has died.