At this stage the US Open tennis grand slam will continue as planned in August as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreck havoc.
While tennis' big three either donate or raise money for coronavirus relief, lower ranked players are struggling to make ends meet.
The Championships have been held every year since World War II, but the global pandemic has likely ended that streak.
Australian Davis Cup star John Millman doubts the ATP and WTA Tours can resume at all in 2020 due to the extent of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tour professionals have spoken out about their money problems, as the COVID-19 pandemic hits lower-ranked players particularly hard.
Novak Djokovic and wife Jelena are donating one million euros ($A1.8 million) to buy ventilators and other medical equipment to fight the coronavirus in Serbia.
More than 650 people have signed a petition calling for struggling tennis players to be given financial help during the coronavirus crisis.
Ex-world No.1 and Australian Open champion Lindsay Davenport fears 'horror stories' ahead after the emergence of the first coronavirus victim in the sport.
Roger Federer has joined the growing list of sports stars to dig deep into their bank account for the coronavirus cause.