Even if they lose in the first round of the French Open, 60,000 euros will be available

Players who lose the first round of the French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament later this month will receive if0,000 euros.

Players who lose the first round of the French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament later this month will receive if0,000 euros. The Clay Court Grand Slam French Open was supposed to be held in May but was postponed and will now be held from September 27 to October 11. The last Grand Slam US Open of the year was held without an audience and ended last Sunday.

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Considering the current situation due to the corona epidemic, the organizers have taken an unprecedented initiative to pay more prizes to the players who lost at the beginning because it has been a bad year for the players due to the corona. The player who loses in the first round will be awarded 30 percent more than the previous year, which will be 60 thousand euros. The qualifying round has also been extended and you will receive a check for 10,000,000 euros if you lose the first round of selection.

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Visitors were allowed to take part in the French Open amid growing cases of coronavirus

The French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament later this month will allow spectators to enter, but can accommodate only 1,500 spectators in a single day. This time the players participating in the tournament will be booked at two hotels booked by the organizers. With this information, the organizers say that the French Open is limited to 1500 spectators per day due to the threat of Covid-19.

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The Clay Court Grand Slam French Open was supposed to be held in May but was postponed and will now be held from September 27 to October 11. Players will be tested for corona upon arrival and will be given a recognition card after receiving the first negative test. The second test will be held within 722 hours and the coroner test will be held in the tournament every five days.

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