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Laver Cup Tennis tournament has been postponed due to French open clash.
All sporting matches and tennis tournaments has been put on hold due to covid-19 Pandemic.The ATP and WTA have cancelled all the tennis events and competitions until july 13.
According to the reports claimed,the fourth edition of the Laver Cup has been postponed and will be rescheduled to another date.The event must be put on hold from September 2020 to 2021 due to clash with the major events in a year due to Coronavirus pandemic.
The problem arises when Laver cup scheduling dates had been clashed with the dates selected by french tennis federation.
Laver cup had been scheduled from September 25 to September 27 but due to Covid-19 pandemic french open has been rescheduled to another date and the new date scheduled for the French Open is September 20 to October 4.
Due to clash of two major events the Laver Cup would now been held in September 24 to 26,2021 in Boston.
Roger Federer said a statement regarding the clash”It’s unfortunate that the Laver Cup has to be pushed back a year, but at this stage it’s the right thing to do for everyone concerned,”
“Although disappointing, the good news is that TD Garden will still be able to host the event next year and I really look forward to finally playing in Boston for the first time at Laver Cup 2021.”
All the major tennis events are either cancelled or has been rescheduled to another date to Coronavirus pandemic.
A great news has been released from the organizers of the Laver Cup event,the tickets which have been purchased for the Laver Cup 2020 will be valid for the next year or if the fans want refund it can also been done seamlessly.
Laver Cup chairman Tony Godsick said”We needed to make a quick adjustment now on our event”
“Tournament organizers had been observing the situation over the time with our partners Tennis Australia and the US Tennis Association ever since Roland Garros was rescheduled”.
“We wanted to call it now to provide certainty for our fans as well as our players, sponsors, broadcasters, partners, staff, volunteers and of course the great city of Boston.”
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