The US Open is scheduled to run from August 31 to September 13 while the main draw at the Madrid Open event on clay starts on September 14.
The US Open will run from August 31 to September 13 on the hard courts of New York with the rescheduled French Open on clay taking place just a fortnight after.
Novak Djokovic appears doomed never to be held in the same saintly esteem as Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal, the undisputed 'people's champions' of tennis.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gave the green light for the US Open to be held from August 31 to September 13.
Novak Djokovic said most players he had spoken to had "a rather negative view" about playing in New York, and predicted some would instead switch to the delayed clay court season instead.
Novak Djokovic, champion at the US Open in 2011, 2015 and 2018, described planned limits on player entourages as "really impossible".
A decision about the US Open -- played in New York -- is yet to be made, but its main draw is scheduled to begin on August 31.
The ATP and WTA schedules have been on ice since March with action not set to resume until the end of July at the earliest.
Professional tennis has been in cold storage since March due to the coronavirus pandemic with tournaments unlikely to resume before August.
Vijay Amritraj said the trio of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal have a tight grip over Grand Slam tournaments and won't feel any financial stress or the pressure of progress.
Multiple reports have suggested that USTA officials are mulling a possible switch of the August 31-September 13 tournament to either Indian Wells or Orlando.
Last month, Dominic Thiem had expressed scepticism about plans to set up a fund to help lower-ranked players struggling because of the shutdown of the sport.
As the coronavirus has sent the tennis season into hibernation, a host of players have recently taken to social media for face-to-face exchanges.
Dominic Thiem said he would rather "give money to people or organisations that really need it".
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer spoke to each other on Instagram Live, sharing their lockdown experiences.
Both Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou announced plans on Saturday to stage matches at their tennis academies.
World tennis has been at a standstill since the beginning of March and will not resume until mid-July at the earliest following the postponement of Roland Garros and the cancellation of Wimbledon.
The French Open, which Rafael Nadal has won a record 12 times, has been postponed until September, shortly after the US Open, while Wimbledon was cancelled earlier this month for the first time since World War II.