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 – The ATP and WTA have released a joint statement suspending both tours until the start of the grass court season with rankings being frozen.
BOSTON, USA – The Laver Cup was the first of the affected tournaments to fire back after Roland Garros’ surprise announcement that they rescheduled after the US Open
LONDON, UK – Quick on the heels of the surprise announcement that Roland Garros was being rescheduled, Wimbledon takes measures to stay on track
PARIS, FRANCE – The second Slam of the year, Roland Garros, has been scheduled a week after the US Open, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON, UK - The Miami Open is shut down by the County, and the ATP Tour announces a six-week suspension.
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.
POTCHEFSTROOM, SOUTH AFRICA - Samantha Murray Sharan & Fanni Stollar were the top seeds and claimed the title without dropping a set.
MILDURA, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA - Brydan Klein claimed the ITF title, defeating the top seed along the way. The Brit only dropped one set en route to the title.