All ticket holders to the French Open, recovered from this month before September due to the coronavirus pandemic, will be reimbursed, the French Tennis Federation declared. “The present health problem associated with COVID-19 and the area of the pandemic is causing doubt for many occasions bringing together the public, all around the world,” the federation said in a message delivered to all men and women who’d purchased tickets.

We’ve chosen to postpone Roland-Garros before the end of September as well as supposing our duty; we’re currently working in cooperation with the French government to collectively define the right steps that can ensure the health and security of people present.

“Pending having attracted up all of the traces, the French Tennis Federation has chosen to cancel and refund each of the tickets purchased.” Roland-Garros was initially scheduled for May 24-June seven but was pushed back to run between September 27-October 11, probably.

 

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