At U.S. Open Wheelchair Finals, Players Are Glad the Events Were Held at All

When the United States Open announced its plans in June for this year’s tournament, it included the elimination of the junior draws, the singles qualifying draws and the mixed doubles draws because of the coronavirus pandemic. But perhaps the biggest outcry came from the smallest contingent of the tournament: the men and women in the wheelchair divisions.

“It was a natural reaction, and very fair on their part,” the tournament director, Stacey Allaster, said in an interview on Sunday….

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