Genie Bouchard opens on an “empty void” without WTA tennis

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tennis star Eugénie Bouchard opened its doors on how the global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) left her feeling that she was in an “empty void”. “Data-reactid =” 23 “> Canadian tennis star Eugénie Bouchard opened its doors on how the global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) left her feeling that she was in an “empty void”.

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Despite her online antics giving her a break from the uncertainty surrounding international competition, the 26-year-old said she was unable to predict the future weighed on her.

Tennis chain. “Data-reactid =” 28 “>” I think the hardest part is feeling like I have no job, no plan, “she said in her interview with the Tennis chain.

“I am someone who plans things and plans things.

“To feel that I am in this vacuum is mentally difficult. “

WTA and ATP tours extend suspension

due to the cessation of tennis tours caused by the coronavirus. “Data-reactid =” 36 “> Bouchard had a lot of time in his hands due to the cessation of tennis tours caused by the coronavirus.

There will be no professional tennis until the end of July after the ATP and WTA Tours extended their suspension on Friday.

Male and female tours were scheduled to resume on July 13 following an interruption due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it has been announced that it will now be extended until the end of the month.

No tennis has been played since late February due to the overall shutdown.

The new expansion means that ATP circuit events in Hamburg, Bastad, Newport, Los Cabos, Gstaad, Umag, Atlanta and Kitzbühel are all canceled while Lausanne, Bucharest and Jurmala will no longer host tournaments on the WTA circuit.

“Due to lingering uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we regret to announce our decision to extend the suspension of the Tour,” said ATP president Andrea Gaudenzi.

“Like tennis fans, players and tournament organizers around the world, we share the disappointment that the Tour continues to be affected in this way.

“We continue to evaluate all of our options with the goal of resuming the Tour as soon as it is safe to do so. “

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