Fans to be allowed to attend the French Open
Tennis fans will be allowed at the French Open this month, despite the growing number of coronavirus cases in France.
11 and a half thousand spectators per day will be split into three different zones, and everyone will have to wear a face mask.
Some players have already raised concerns about safety, with defending champion Ash Barty dropping out of the tournament.
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