Britwatch in Brief - Sport is easing itself back after lockdown - and we have you covered with what's coming up
As the world begins in its' fight to combat Covid-19, the 2020 sporting calendar stands at its' mercy with the Euro's and Olympics under threat. So what's the latest?
LONDON, UK – After the abrupt cancellation of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, the tours are contemplating a six-week shutdown in light of the rapid coronavirus spread worldwide.
ACAPULCO, MEXICO – Former champion Sloane Stephens tops the field once more, with plenty of British interest as Heather Watson and Katie Boulter are in action.
ACAPULCO, MEXICO – Rafael Nadal comes back to the tour after losing in the Australian Open quarter-final, leading a strong field.
DUBAI, UAE – Novak Djokovic makes his return to the ATP tour in a solid field at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
DOHA, QATAR – The second leg of the Middle-Eastern swing takes place with the world's elite gathering once more with Ashleigh Barty returning to the tour after the Australia Open.
MARSEILLES FRANCE – Stefanos Tsitsipas returns to defend his title not to mention rebounding from a disappointing outing in Rotterdam
DUBAI, UAE – A top class field, but all eyes will be on the comeback of Kim Clijsters to the WTA tour, in Dubai