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There is a reasonable chance the US won't be safe yet when the US Open arrives. The most logical replacement, Canada, seems to be a lot less affected by the virus and might have it under control by that time. In such a scenario, should it be moved to Canada?
 

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You really think that a country that has the virus under control will hold a huge event with thousands of people coming from other countries?
It should be without a crowd, of course. But tests will be fast and widely available by that time, so for players that won't be an issue
 

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This is not happening. This is a global pandemic. The countries that have it under control are not about to allow flights from high risk countries.
 

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You have the perfect place at the indian wells, and if you can't have it there then you can't have it anywhere in the us
 

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Even if they do that (like zero chance) it would look and feel like exactly like a 5-set masters, so what's the point.
If the other Grand Slams can be played, it would be better than nothing. If Roland Garros and/or Wimbledon can't be played, you might as well call it a season.
 

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They should find a country with almost zero coronavirus, and play there all year, and call the tournaments whatever you want.
 

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They should find a country with almost zero coronavirus, and play there all year, and call the tournaments whatever you want.
How is Madagascar holding up?
 

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I would like it to be held in my backyard , to my amusement . Mirka , Xisca and Jelena can stay in my bedroom
 
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