Wheelchair Tennis at the US Open to go ahead!

A week ago the US Open announced plans for their 2020 event to be held behind closed doors. No reasoning, consultation or even compensation was spoken about for the wheelchair athletes after cancelling their event. There was no communication in a shaming handling of the situation. Dylan Alcott called them out for discrimination and other... Continue Reading →

After being called out for discrimination the US Open look to put right their wrong but how did they even get in this mess?

When on Wednesday the USTA announced there would be a full singles program, limited doubles draw, no mixed doubles, no juniors and no wheelchair tennis you expected they'd at least consult all of those involved first? The USTA spoke to players, ATP and WTA to outline their plans. It was announced compensation of €3.3 million... Continue Reading →

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