While the spike in coronavirus cases has affected some states around the United States, New York has not been impacted as dramatically. Could that help the chances of there being a U.S. Open this summer? Well as of now, the U.S. Open remains on-schedule, without fans. SI senior writer Jon Wertheim provides his latest updates on this Summer's U.S. Open and whether or not he thinks it will be a go.
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