The coronavirus is starting to have a major impact on the international sports arena. Many major international sports events have already either been canceled completely or suspended to a later date.
As reported earlier the IPL was suspended last week following a travel ban imposed by BCCI on international cricket players. This in combination with three Indian states refusing to host any cricket games in fear of spreading the coronavirus.
In addition to many sports events being canceled, most major training camps have been canceled as well. Latest being Chennai Super Kings camp which was supposed to be held Saturday. To keep you up to speed on what is going on in major sports globally, we have compiled the below list. Stay tuned for more updates and information about what effects the coronavirus has on all major international sports.
List of all major international sports happenings being affected by the coronavirus
|Cricket||IPL||Postponed till April 15 for now|
|Tennis||All AITA tournaments||Canceled events|
|BNP Paribas||Canceled events|
|Monte Carlos Masters||Canceled|
|Field Hockey||Indias Tour of Japan||Postponed|
|All FIH pro league||On hold until April 15|
|Basketball||NBA||Suspended from March 11|
|Football||Champions league||This week postponed|
|Europa League||This week postponed|
|FA Cup||Postponed until April 4|
|Athletics||World Indoor Championship||Postponed until 2021|
|Formula One||Globally||All events cancelled|
|Badminton||Globally||All major events canceled|
Given the recent development in major international sports, where most events have been canceled. We would recommend that you focus your attention on where it matters most – to your loved ones.
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