If the postponed French Open tennis tournament is held in September, it could be staged with a limited number of spectators or without any fans at all

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JEROME PUGMIRE AP Sports Writer

May 27, 2020, 5:52 PM

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PARIS — With the new $55 million (50 million euros) retractable roof shut atop a barren Court Philippe Chatrier — where the red clay has dimmed to an orange-brown, the court’s white lines have all but faded and there’s no net — the French Open’s main stadium was transformed into a far more imposing and modern-looking facility.

But without any fans yelling and clapping on Wednesday, it

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