The last WTA and ATP events took place in March, and tennis has been a chaotic sport during the lockdown of the two main tours.
There have been many classic Wimbledon finals over the years, but some battles we hoped to see never came about.
Rafael Nadal has entered the Madrid Open, a move that raises the question of whether he intends to play the US Open.
Wimbledon has thrown up some of the great sporting drama, but the state of the world means we must wait until 2021 for the next instalment.
Rafael Nadal and Jean Alesi have reason to enjoy June 11, but Mike Tyson will not be such a fan of this day in sporting history.
June 8 is a date to cherish for Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, while Cameroon stunned the world on this day back in 1990.
King Juan Carlos of Spain was among the spectators to watch the start of a Rafael Nadal dynasty in Paris back in 2005.
It remains to be seen when the ATP and WTA Tours return but 12-time French Open winner Rafael Nadal is no hurry for the season to resume.
The 'King of Clay' Rafael Nadal has been used to keeping birthday celebrations low key in Paris, but it may be a different story this year.
Sunday should have marked the start of the French Open, and its postponement hit home for players including Rafael Nadal and Coco Gauff.