Published On: Wed, Apr 1st, 2020

Andy Murray ‘very sad’ to see Wimbledon cancelled while Roger Federer issues response | Tennis | Sport

Andy Murray has posted his sadness at the news Wimbledon has been cancelled this year, but provided a positive message looking forward to the championships next year. The 2020 tennis calendar has been hugely affected by the coronavirus outbreak with Wimbledon becoming the first Grand Slam forced to cancel it’s event altogether.

The French Open, originally scheduled for May-June, was moved to September-October.

But the All England Club have taken the decision to cancel Wimbledon, meaning there will be no tennis major in England until 2021.

For Murray, he had eyed the grass-court season as his opportunity to finally make a return to singles at Wimbledon for the first time since 2017.

And while the three-time Grand Slam champion is devastated he won’t have the chance this time around, he has urged his followers to follow the government guidelines to avoid the spread of coronavirus.

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