Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Australian Open, which is traditionally held in January, will now take place from 8 to 21 February 2021. The ATP has therefore confirmed that the entire calendar for 2021 will be put back by 2 to 3 weeks.
Given the circumstances, Audrey Roustan and Jérémy Chardy, co-directors of the Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées, have reached an agreement with Dominique Mockly, Chairman and CEO of Teréga, which holds the naming rights to the competition, and François Bayrou, Mayor of Pau, representing the City of Pau, which holds institutional naming rights, to delay the tournament, hoping the health situation will improve in the future. Their aim is to have the safest possible conditions in which to welcome the players, partners and spectators.
The provisional date of the tournament will be announced early next year.