What sporting events remain with the coronavirus?



The Premier, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga have not yet canceled. The F1 Australian GP will not be disputed

Jon Rahm, during the first day of The Players, in Florida.
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The coronavirus crisis has shaved off the sports weekend. Despite the initial resistance, the competitions have been announcing the temporary suspension until new notice. Spanish or Italian football, the NBA, European basketball, tennis … There are few options for a weekend that is announced as a sofa and a command, but they remain.

At the closing of these lines, it is still foreseen that the Premier, the Bundesliga or the French league continue to be disputed. In Germany and France, behind closed doors. In England, it remains to be seen. This Thursday 'The Times' announced the matches would be played without an audience, but the Government stood out. “There are still no medical reasons to ban these events,” said Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Of course, Arsenal-Manchester City on Wednesday was postponed and the Leicester City players are in quarantine.

Also still stands Paris-Nice. The Tirreno-Adriatico, the Milan-San Remo, the Strade Bianche fell but Christian Prudhomme remains firm that the great French test will be completed this Sunday. That yes, with restrictions to the public in the exits and the goals and collateral damage: Tejay van Garderen left this Thursday after Donald Trump announced the closure of the United States borders from Europe.

Great options for Rahm and Marín

These days the final phase of the All England badminton is being disputed, where Carolina Marin He is looking for his first title of the year and is already in the quarterfinals after defeating Chinese Wang Zhi Yi. His next rival will be the Japanese Akane Yamaguchi, number three in the world.

In addition, in Florida the Players Championship, where Jon Rahm is already playing the Golf Players Championship in search of world number one. Barrika's has announced that he will limit interactions with fans to avoid infection.

The menu will be scarcer, but there will be great appointments for the Spanish.

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