Maybe smaller tournaments, because it also won't be Wimbledon because both countries almost had tandem responses to the virus.It won't be the Open.
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Yeah.I'm now having doubts about AO 2021.
We're so far away from a vaccine even being developed, let alone being tested on humans and then actually being delivered.
We don't even have any way of treating this disease yet.
People aren't going to want to attend crowded events - if it's even legal to do so - and people are losing money and they won't be spending it on tennis.
Players can't even train either.
I honestly don't even want to imagine when we'll see tennis again.
In my mind I have pretty much written off all of 2020 already. If we get any tennis at all this year it will feel like an unexpected bonus. But, to be truthful, I am still clinging to the hope that the Australian Open happens next year. I really hope it does. Still.... gradually, like you, it is becoming clear that even that is not something we can be sure about.