US Open 2020 and beyond

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The 2020 United States Open will be unlike any other major tennis tournament we have seen in our lifetimes. This is a genuinely unprecedented moment in tennis history, a truly unique occasion with no true basis for historical comparison. What can be said about a tournament which is unknowable and unpredictable in ways we can't fully grasp or imagine? In-house analysts Mert Ertunga and Andrew Burton help host Matt Zemek make sense of a very confusing and complicated time in tennis, as they look forward to the U.S. Open while also charting a possible course for the sport of tennis into January and much of 2021. Where will the sport of tennis go, and how will the sport adjust, next year? What will tennis look like if the pandemic is more successfully contained? How should the two tours restructure themselves to meet the challenges of this extraordinary time? What will Roland Garros look like when the U.S. Open ends and the tours immediately go from North America to Europe? All these uncertain questions and much more on the latest Tennis With An Accent Podcast, at Apple, SoundCloud, and Google Podcasts.

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