INDIAN WELLS LIKELY TO BITE THE DUST IN 2021

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INDIAN WELLS LIKELY TO BITE THE DUST IN 2021; BUT THE SUPER BOWL COULD SAVE ANOTHER MAJOR TENNIS EVENT

In a later tweet, Wertheim did put forward the possibility of the tournament being postponed until later in the year – like Roland Garros was in 2020.

Indian Wells is one of the big early tournaments on both the ATP and WTA tours – and will be badly missed if it is skipped for a second successive year.

Indian Wells looks like being the main significant loss of the 2021 tennis season – passing by a tweet from famous columnist Jon Wertheim.

The American says we can before long hope to hear that the competition regularly begat ‘the fifth Grand Slam’ won’t occur one year from now.

Furthermore, if that abrogation happens, eyes will go to the Miami Open – which begins seven days after the last balls in Indian Wells have been struck.

The occasion in Miami is another significant one in the tennis schedule – being a Masters 1000 on the ATP visit, and a Premier Mandatory (prospective 1000) on the WTA’s side.

If Wells somehow managed to fail miserably then many would hope to see a comparative situation on the east coast – albeit another major game could confuse things.

SUPER BOWL LV COULD PLAY A PART

On February seventh, Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium will have Super Bowl LV – with in any event 13,000 fans prone to see the match live. (Fox 13)

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On the off chance that that happens – a tennis competition a month and a half further into summer – can definitely stretch the go beyond as well.

Yet, does that imply that Indian Wells will have hopped the firearm with their approaching declaration.

What’s more, on the off chance that they do defer, at that point where will they discover an opportunity to play the competition?

2021 is turning out to be a confined year – with the expansion of the Olympic Games competition in Tokyo in late July.

Given how strange Roland Garros glanced in the 2020 schedule, you can presumably anticipate that activity in Indian Wells should occur in the short window among Wimbledon and Japan.

I’m just tongue in cheek.

Elsewhere in the world, Indian Wells prone to fail miserably in 2021; yet the Super Bowl could spare another significant tennis occasion

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