French Open seeks to make up for losses with limited fan attendance

The French Open, the only one of the Grand Slams to be played on clay, has gotten underway in Paris. Like many other sporting events, it's been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. Last year the tournament had to be moved from its usual May slot to the autumn, with heavy restrictions on visitors. This year things are looking up, as organisers hope to claw back some of their losses. We take a closer look. Also in the show: the OECD lifts its economic forecast, but warns that challenges remain.

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