The Roland-Garros tournament, which was to take place from May 23 to June 6, has been postponed for a week, a source close to the organization said on Wednesday (April 7), confirming information from the newspaper. The team.
The tournament will take place from May 30 to June 13, which could allow the organizers to welcome a larger number of spectators if the health restrictions linked to the coronavirus pandemic are eased.
The 2020 edition of Roland Garros had been postponed from May to September, due to the pandemic, a decision of the French Tennis Federation in March 2020 which had taken everyone by surprise.
This time, the one-week rescheduling will have a limited impact on the schedule, although there will only be two weeks between the Roland Garros final and the start of Wimbledon (June 28-July 11).