It will depend on whether there is a second wave like what occurred with the Spanish Flu and when will a vaccine be available. Its possible that complete lock downs will enable the tour to return this year.The pessimistis reigning GM as per usual.
I don't know why people keep on insisting that there won't be tennis in 2020. We are still in March and nobody knows how the situation will be in late summer/fall.
That sounds pretty sensible. I can see that happening too. We might find the tennis coming back in November and December with a few smallish indoor events.So much uncertainty about the 2020 tennis season but what is clear is that if play does resume this year, both the ATP and WTA intend to play until nearly the end of December: using their previously scheduled offseason to try to get as many tournaments played as possible
I live in London and I have totally given up on any prospect of Wimbledon. I just can't realistically see how it could be feasible.I reckon August, with the American hard court swing.
Difficult to imagine a year without Wimbledon, but its looking more and more likely.
Who knows? November really is a long way away. It would be very hard to predict what things are going to be like that far away. It isn't even easy to predict where we will be in a couple of months.And what about last-ever ATP finals in Nov., if only a few months of the season have been played?!