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Madrid, Rome Unaffected by Roland Garros Move


Roland Garros' schedule shift won't move Masters events that precede Paris.

The 2021 French Open will be played from Sunday, May 30th- Sunday, June 13th. That's one week later than its originally scheduled dates of May 23rd-June 6th.

More: Roland Garros Postpones One Week

While the schedule shift will likely cause postponement or cancellation of some grass-court events, it is not expected to displace the Mutua Madrid Open, which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, or Rome, which moved from May to September last season.

Madrid is scheduled for May 2nd-9th with Rome following May 9-16th.

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