Former tennis star Andy Roddick said Tuesday he thinks officials are “doing the absolute best they can” to get the U.S. Open up and running despite the coronavirus pandemic.

The U.S. Tennis Association received the go-ahead from New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to go ahead with the grand slam tournament without fans in the stands earlier this month.

Roddick, who appeared on FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria,” said expressed his support for the tournament to be played.

“Even to put together an ambitious plan where they’re chartering planes with people who have been tested from different parts of the globe and kind of trying to set up a bubble … it’s certainly an imperfect world right now with what they’re doing,” Roddick said.

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