The two late Grand Slam 2020, Roland Garros and the US Open are not canceled. This is clearly good news for players with high ambitions, including Djokovic and Nadal (with Roland Garros). Federer made a very shocking decision through Grand Slam 2020.
OFFICIAL SCHEDULE OF GRAND SLAMS 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic affected the entire summer schedule of the tennis world, especially the two Grand Slam 2020 tournaments. Before the epidemic spread, the organizers of the French Open made a decision to move the Grand Slam 2020 two-tournament day to open on September 20 and ending on October 4.
Previously, according to the annual practice, the tournament of Grand Slam 2020 will took place in France will be held in late May and lasts until the middle of June. And these days, Rafael Nadal is training hard to return to the field. This player has been a champion of 12 times in the last 15 years. Meanwhile, the US Tennis Federation (USTA) has issued a notice that the US Open tennis tournament in 2020 will take place as planned. Western & Southern Open, also known as Cincinnati Open, is not canceled.
BIG STARS WORRY ABOUT THE COVID-19 PROBLEM
The big surprise is that Rafael Nadal announced he would not attend the US Open 2020 because of concern that the Covid-19 pandemic problem is still besieging the country of flowers. The list of Grand Slam 2020 players in the United States still has Djokovic and six other players in the top 10, including Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev. As such, the goals of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in 2020 are clear. Despite being the defending champion, Nadal is determined to give up the US Open to conquer the French Open, balancing the 20 Grand Slam achievements in his career with Roger Federer.
In the meantime, “Nole” is heading towards the Grand Slam 2020 because it is the 18th prize in his career with the goal of expanding the US championship, then depending on the situation to calculate in the Roland Garros that Nadal dominates. Basically, Nadal and Djokovic are the top seeds in their strong tournaments. If Nadal as well as Djokovic translates, it will be a “nightmare” for Roger Federer.
Therefore, the source of Tennis World USA revealed, Roger Federer could completely return to earlier than expected. In a recent interview, Coach Severin Luthi of Federer revealed shocking: FedEx’s ability to attend the US Open 2020 is 50/50. Federer’s injury is recovering well and promises to be okay before the tournament starts. The Swiss tennis player is expected to return to the training ground about 2 weeks before the tournament starts.
It seems that Federer is considering a big gamble with Rafael Nadal, as well as Novak Djokovic to protect the No. 1 tennis history of the number of victories in Grand Slam 2020. However, with the upcoming step. age 39, “Express train” must carefully calculate each tournament, when the day he has to stop is not far away.