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TENNIS.com Podcast: The coronavirus upends life and the tours
With so much uncertainty stretching before us, and news changing daily, we try to make sense of what has happened in the tennis world, and what players are doing to stay busy.
Published Mar 17, 2020
This week calls for a break in our normal programming to talk about how the coronavirus pandemic has brought life, and tennis, to a screeching halt.
First, co-host Irina Falconi talks about how her comeback is on pause, as she adjusts to the WTA's announcement of no tournaments until May 2. Falconi thinks that's wishful thinking, but is staying positive, and busy in her at-home gym, as her training facility at the USTA National Campus shuttered its doors.
Indian Wells was the first to cancel, with many, many more following suit quickly after. (Getty Images)
We then catch up with Tennis Channel producer Kyle MacLelland to find out what it was like working on-site at Indian Wells when the event was called off. He interviewed dozens of players even after the news broke, and shares what the atmosphere was like, and how past champions Naomi Osaka and Bianca Andreescu handled it.
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