The suspension of the men's and women's professional tours appears to be set to be extended once again, as reported by Simon Briggs of The Telegraph. The tennis season has been suspended since mid-March and it's likely there won't be any Tour events taking place until at least early-August.
Simon Briggs of The Daily Telegraph, "The next wave of tournament cancellations is expected to be confirmed on Friday, moving the hypothetical start date of the professional tour back from July 13 until the start of August." — Randy Walker (@TennisPublisher) May 15, 2020
No surprise at this unhappy stage but looks like ATP & WTA are set to further postpone any resumption of tours until Aug 3, postponing July events that would normally have taken place after canceled Wimbledon.
Still some hope for North American hardcourt swing in August — Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) May 15, 2020
Among the events affected by latest postponement
WTA events in Bucharest, Lausanne, Latvia, Palermo
ATP events in Hamburg, Newport, Båstad, Cabo San Lucas, Gstaad, Umag, Atlanta & Kitzbühel
Resumption would take place with ATP/WTA event in Washington D.C.
and WTA in San Jose — Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) May 15, 2020
As it was becoming clear there would be no way to restart the season after the initial suspension toward the end of April, the ATP and WTA extended the suspension of the tours through to June 7.
All this still to be confirmed by the tours. Possible some of the WTA events will still be left on hold — Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) May 15, 2020
Then on April 1, The Championships got called off for the first time since 1945 and the ATP and WTA announced there wouldn't be any tournaments until at least July 13.