Ubitennis takes a look at some of the lockdown winners and losers on the WTA side ahead of Tennis' restart.
Roger Federer will resume tennis training in mid-August according to Severin Luthi.
ATP Washington has been cancelled as a result of travel restrictions from Europe to America's capital.
World number one Novak Djokovic has tested positive for the coronavirus as the fallout from the Adria Tour continues.
Madison Keys is happy tennis is returning ahead of next week's team exhibition in Charleston.
Serena Williams has announced she will play the US Open when tennis resumes in August.
Fabio Fognini is to have surgery on both ankles as he aims to extend his tennis career when the ATP Tour returns.
The ATP have partnered up with Sporting Chance and Headspace as they focus on mental health support for players and staff during this difficult time.
Andy Murray supports a potential merger between the ATP and WTA as the off-court tennis politics continues.
Darren Cahill has said an merger between the ATP and WTA would simplify the sport.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal lead the calls to merger the ATP and WTA into one organisation.
The ITF, ATP and WTA have released a joint initiative in hope to financially support lower-ranked players.
The Laver Cup has been forced to postpone its event until 2021 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause havoc in the sporting world.
For the first time since World War Two, Wimbledon has been cancelled.
Former world number one Ana Ivanovic has bought 35 ventilators for her country.
Diego Schwartzman is planning a four week training block as Tennis braces itself for a long hiatus.
The coronavirus pandemic has halted the tennis season for the next six weeks.
The Fed Cup Finals and play-offs have been postponed due to fears over the Coronavirus.
John Millman praised the 'special' Davis Cup atmosphere in Adelaide after their 3-1 win over Brazil.
Wimbledon champions Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber will miss next week's tournament in California.