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The Madrid Open, a joint men's and women's tennis tournament, has been canceled. [Read More]
His announcement came just hours after the clay court Madrid Open announced that it was not going ahead in September due to the rising number... [Read More]
A spike in coronavirus in Nadal's Spain homeland has already led to the cancellation of the Madrid Open... [Read More]
The Madrid Open has been cancelled due to a spike in coronavirus cases in Spain. It was due to be played as the premier warm-up... [Read More]
Defending champion Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the US Open citing concerns over coronavirus... [Read More]
The Madrid Open that was scheduled to take place from Sept. 12-20 has been cancelled due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the Spanish... [Read More]
The tournament's fate was sealed when a directive was issued that said "social gatherings are to be reduced to 10 people" [Read More]
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The Madrid Open in September has been canceled because of a new spike in coronavirus cases in Spain... [Read More]
The Madrid Open, a joint men's and women's tennis tournament, has been canceled. [Read More]
The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Sun Belt Conference will keep... [Read More]
The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Madrid Open, a joint men's and women's... [Read More]
The WTA and ATP have issued a statement following the cancellation of the Mutua Madrid Open 2020. [Read More]
The Spanish tournament, which was scheduled to start directly after the US Open next month, was supposed to be one of the warm-up events for... [Read More]
A spike in coronavirus cases appears to have derailed the tournament's plans. [Read More]
The organizers of the Madrid Open tennis tournament have been advised by local health authorities in the Spanish capital to not hold the rescheduled event... [Read More]
The Madrid Open, which was rescheduled to take place from Sept. 12-20, features both men's and women's events. [Read More]
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