Leconte Said Cancel French open rather than play without fans

Henri Leconte said that French Open Tennis tournament should be cancelled if it is impossible to play with spectators at the claycourt at grand slam events.

Leconte, who lost to Mats Wilander in the 1988 final, told that “I think there is just no interest in having Roland Garros behind closed doors,”

French Open Tennis tournament who originally schedule to played in May 24 -7 date and now the moves to 20 October to 4 September because of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.

“It will be difficult for the players to deal with it,” Leconte said. “This is above all else a political decision. The federation hopes that in a few months we’ll be able to play Roland Garros but plaing behind the doors then no.

French Federation President Bernard Giudicelli has only one option to play French open without spectators due to Corona virus pandemic.

We already seen that organisers have cancelled the Wimbledon 2020 tournament while US open played in August September Month.

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