The 2021 French Open has been delayed by a week, with the COVID-19 epidemic causing the event to be moved from May 23-6.6 to May 30-June 13, French newspaper L 'Epe reported. Last year, the French Open was moved from May to September.
The French Open in 2021 will be extended by one week
Last week, the French government announced new measures to close cities in the third wave of COVID-19 in Europe. Since then, there have been reports and hints that the French Open could be postponed by the sports ministry.
2021 French open contest held time delay will be planned on May 23, local time solstice on June 6, postponed for a week, into the local time on May 30 solstice on June 13, this also means that this year's French open second week and the grass season - Stuttgart (ATP), the first week, haier's heng Bosch (ATP/WTA) and Nottingham (WTA) held three RACES - the same period. It is unclear whether these events will go ahead as planned, but L 'Equipe reports that all three events will be compensated by the FFT if affected.