Miami Open "moving forward as scheduled"; ATP to monitor tournaments

Miami Open "moving forward as scheduled"; ATP to monitor tournaments

A pair of statements were released by the South Florida event and the men's tour around 4 p.m. ET on Monday.

The biggest question since Sunday night's cancellation of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells is: what tournaments may be cancelled next?

On Monday afternoon, the Miami Open—the next ATP and WTA tournament on the calendar, scheduled to begin the week of March 22—says it is "moving forward as scheduled" and will continue to monitor the fluid coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

A number of public events in Miami have already been postponed, including the popular Ultra Music Festival, which was scheduled to begin during the same week as the Miami Open.

The ATP also released a statement on Monday afternoon, acknowledging the cancellation of Indian Wells, and saying it is "committed to exploring all options for the operation of upcoming tournaments."


We will continue to update this developing story.