List 4/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic

List 4/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic


Men’s World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand from Feb. 20-28, 2021 postponed to Feb. 19-27, 2022.


Spring Basho in Osaka from March 8-22, no spectators.

Summer Basho in Tokyo from May 10-24 postponed to May 24-June 7, canceled.

Nagoya Basho from July 5-19 moved to Tokyo from July 19-Aug. 2.


World Surfing Games in El Salvador from May 9-17 postponed to June 6–14. From March 30 postponed.


World team championships in Busan, South Korea from March 22-29 postponed to June 21-28 postponed to Sept. 27-Oct. 4 postponed.

Asian Cup in Hainan, China from Feb. 28-March 1 postponed.

Polish Open in Gliwice from March 11-15, from March 13, Day 3 of 5, suspended.

Italian Open in Riccione from April 1-5 postponed.

Caribbean championships in Havana from April 3-8 suspended.

Asian Olympic qualifying tournament in Bangkok from April 6-12 postponed to 2021.

European Olympic qualifying tournament in Moscow from April 8-12 postponed to 2021.

Latin American Olympic qualifying tournament in Rosario, Argentina from April 15-19 postponed to 2021.

Oceania Olympic qualifying tournament in Brisbane, Australia from April 19-20 postponed to 2021.

Japan Open in Kitakyushu on April 21-26 postponed.

Slovenia Open in Otocec from April 22-26 postponed.

Hong Kong Open from May 5-10 postponed.

South American championships in Cucuta, Colombia from May 6-10 suspended.

Central American championships in San Jose, Costa Rica from May 12-16 suspended.

China Open in Shenzhen from May 12-17 postponed.

South Korea Open in Busan on June 16-21 suspended.

Australian Open in Geelong on June 23-28 suspended.

Africa championships in Yaoundé, Cameroon from Oct. 1-7 postponed.


Asian Championships in Beirut from March 4-6 postponed to May 13-15.

Asian Olympic qualifying tournament in Wuxi, China from April 10-11 moved to Amman, Jordan from June 5-7 postponed.

Pan American Grand Slam in Oregon, Washington from April 11-13 canceled.

European Olympic qualifying tournament in Milan from April 17-19 moved to Moscow from April 16-18. From March 12 postponed.

European Championships in Zagreb, Croatia from May 7-10 postponed.

Greece Open in Chalkida from May 15-17 postponed.

Presidents Cup in Spokane, Washington from May 21-24 canceled.

African Championships in Tunis, Tunisia from May 29-31 canceled.

Austrian Open in Innsbruck from May 30-31 postponed.

Carthage Open in Tunis, Tunisia from June 2-3 canceled.

Presidents Cup in Pape’ete, Tahiti on June 5 postponed.

Tahiti Open in Pape’ete from June 5-7 postponed.

Lux Open in Luxembourg from June 13-14 canceled.

European Small Countries Championships in San Marino from June 27-28 canceled.

World Championships in Wuxi, China in May 2021 postponed.


French Open in Paris from May 24-June 7 postponed to Sept. 20-Oct. 4 postponed to Sept. 27-Oct. 11.

Wimbledon in London from June 29-July 12 canceled.

ATP-WTA: BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California from March 11-22 canceled.

ATP-WTA: Miami Open from March 24-April 5 canceled.

WTA: Zapopan Open in Guadalajara, Mexico from March 16-21 canceled.

ATP: US Men’s Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas from April 6-12 suspended.

ATP: Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech, Morocco from April 6-12 suspended.

WTA: Charleston Open in South Carolina from April 6-12 canceled.

WTA: Copa Colsanitas in Bogota, Colombia from April 6-12 canceled.

ATP: Monte Carlo Masters from April 12-19 suspended.

ATP: Hungarian Open in Budapest from April 20-26 suspended.

WTA: Xi’an Open in China from April 13-19 canceled.

ATP: Barcelona Open from April 20-26 suspended.

ATP: Hungarian Open in Budapest from April 20-26 suspended.

WTA: Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany from April 20-26 canceled.

WTA: Istanbul Open from April 20-26 postponed to Sept. 7-13.

WTA: Prague Open from April 27-May 2 canceled.

WTA: Kunming Open in Anning, China from April 27-May 3 canceled.

ATP: BMW Open in Munich from April 27-May 3 suspended.

ATP: Estoril Open in Portugal from April 27-May 3 suspended.

ATP-WTA: Madrid Open from May-2-10 postponed to Sept. 13-20.

ATP-WTA: Italian Open in Rome from May 10-17 postponed to Sept. 20-27.

WTA: Strasbourg International in France from May 17-23 postponed to Sept. 21-26.

ATP: Geneva Open in Switzerland from May 17-23 suspended.

ATP: Lyon Open in France from May 17-23 suspended.

WTA: Grand Prix De SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem in Rabat, Morocco from May 17-23 canceled.

WTA: Croatia Open in Bol from June 1-6 suspended.

ATP-WTA: Libema Open in ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands from June 8-14 canceled.

ATP: MercedesCup in Stuttgart, Germany from June 8-14 suspended.

WTA: Nottingham Open in England from June 8-14 canceled.

ATP: Queen’s Club in London from June 15-21 suspended.

ATP: Halle Open in Germany from June 15-21 suspended.

WTA: Birmingham Classic in England from June 15-21 canceled.

WTA: Berlin Open from June 15-21 canceled.

ATP: Mallorca Championships in Spain from June 21-27 suspended.

ATP-WTA: Eastbourne International in England from June 21-27 canceled.

WTA: Bad Homburg Open in Germany from June 21-27 canceled.

WTA: Nordea Open in Bastad, Sweden from July 6-11 canceled.

ATP: European Open in Hamburg, Germany from July 13-19 suspended.

ATP: Nordea Open in Bastad, Sweden from July 13-19 suspended.

ATP: Hall of Fame Open in Newport, Rhode Island from July 13-19 suspended.

WTA: Bucharest Open in Romania from July 13-19 canceled.

WTA: Ladies Open Lausanne in Switzerland from July 13-19 canceled.

ATP: Mifel Open in Los Cabos, Mexico from July 20-25 suspended.

ATP: Swiss Open in Gstaad from July 20-26 suspended.

ATP: Croatia Open in Umag from July 20-26 suspended.

WTA: Baltic Open in Jurmala, Latvia from July 20-26 canceled.

WTA: Palermo Ladies Open in Italy from July 20-26 postponed to Aug. 3-9.

ATP: Generali Open in Kitzbühel, Austria from July 27-Aug. 1 postponed to Sept. 8-13.

ATP: Atlanta Open from July 27-Aug. 2 suspended.

WTA: Liqui Moly Open in Karlsruhe, Germany from July 28-Aug. 2 suspended.

ATP: Citi Open in Washington, DC from Aug. 3-9 postponed to Aug. 14-21.

WTA: Citi Open in Washington, DC from Aug. 3-9 canceled.

WTA: Rogers Cup in Montreal from Aug. 10-16 canceled.

ATP: Rogers Cup in Toronto from Aug. 10-16 canceled.

ATP-WTA: Western & Southern Open in Mason, Ohio from Aug. 16-23 moved to New York from Aug. 22-28.

ATP: Winston-Salem Open in North Carolina from Aug. 23-29 suspended.

WTA: Albany Open in New York from Aug. 23-29 canceled.

WTA: Warsaw Open in Poland from Sept. 7-13 canceled.

WTA: Jiangxi Open in Nanchang, China from Sept. 13-20 postponed to Oct. 19-25.

WTA: Zhengzhou Open in China from Sept. 13-20 postponed to Oct. 26-Nov. 1.

WTA: Japan Women’s Open in Hiroshima from Sept. 14-20 canceled.

WTA: Guangzhou Open in China from Sept. 21-27 postponed to Nov. 23-29.

WTA: Korea Open in Seoul from Sept. 21-27 postponed to Oct. 5-11.

WTA: Tashkent Open in Uzbekistan from Sept. 28-Oct. 3 canceled.

ATP: Japan Open in Tokyo from Oct. 5-11 suspended.

WTA: Wuhan Open in China from Sept. 28-Oct. 4 postponed to Oct. 19-25.

WTA: China Open in Beijing from Oct. 5-11 postponed to Oct. 12-18.

WTA: Hong Kong Open from Oct. 12-18 canceled.

WTA: Tianjin Open in China from Oct. 12-18 canceled.

WTA: Luxembourg Open from Oct. 19-25 canceled.

WTA: Kremlin Cup in Moscow from Oct. 19-25 postponed to Nov. 2-8.

WTA: Elite Trophy in Zhuhai, China from Oct. 26-Nov. 1 postponed to Nov. 16-22.

WTA: WTA Finals in Shenzhen, China from Nov. 2-8 postponed to Nov. 9-15.

ITF events from March 12 suspended.

Davis Cup: China forfeited World Group I playoff vs. Romania in Piatra Neamt on March 6-7.

Davis Cup: Japan vs. Ecuador qualifier in Miki on March 6-7, no spectators.

Davis Cup: Italy vs. South Korea in Cagliari on March 6-7, no spectators.

Davis Cup Group II in various sites on July 17-18 suspended.

Fed Cup Finals in Budapest, Hungary from April 14-19 (with France, Australia, United States, Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Slovakia, Switzerland) postponed.

Fed Cup playoffs on April 17-18 (Poland vs. Brazil, Mexico vs. Britain, Serbia vs. Canada, Latvia vs. India, Japan vs. Ukraine, Romania vs. Italy, Argentina vs. Kazakhstan, Netherlands vs. China), postponed:

Fed Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tournament moved from Dongguan, China to Dubai, United Arab Emirates from March 3-7.

Laver Cup exhibition in Boston from Sept. 25-27 canceled.


World Series in Abu Dhabi on March 7 postponed.

Asian Cup in Tainan, Taiwan on March 8 postponed.

World Cup in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida on March 22 canceled.

World Cup in New Plymouth, New Zealand on March 28-29 canceled.

World Cup in Brasilia, Brazil on April 3-5 postponed.

Asian Cup in Beihai, China on April 5 postponed.

Asian Cup in Dexing, China on April 11 postponed.

World Series in Bermuda on April 18-19 postponed.

World Cup in Huatulco, Mexico on April 25-26 postponed.

Oceania Cup in Runaway Bay, Australia on May 1-3 postponed.

World Cup in Valencia, Spain on May 2 postponed.

African Cup in Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia on May 2 postponed.

Asian Cup in Subic Bay, Philippines from May 2-3 postponed to Nov. 7-8.

Olympic mixed relay qualifier moved from Chengdu, China on May 9 to Valencia, Spain on May 1, postponed.

World Cup in Chengdu, China on May 10 postponed to Sept. 20.

Pan American Cup in Ixtapa, Mexico on May 15-16 postponed to Nov. 28.

World Series in Yokohama, Japan on May 16 postponed.

Pan American middle distance championships in Formosa, Argentina on May 23 postponed to Aug. 16.

Asian Cup in Osaka, Japan on May 23 postponed.

World Cup in Arzachena, Italy on May 30 postponed.

European Cup in Olsztyn, Poland on May 30 postponed.

Asian Cup in Sokcho, South Korea on June 6 postponed.

World Series in Leeds, England on June 7 postponed.

Asian Cup in Lianyungang, China on June 13 postponed.

European Cup and Mediterranean Championships in Coimbra, Portugal on June 13 postponed.

African Cup in Lake Kivu, Rwanda on June 13 postponed.

Pan American championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on June 20 postponed.

European Cup in Holten, Netherlands on June 20 postponed.

European cross championships in Târgu Mures, Romania on June 20 postponed.

Asian Cup in Gamagori, Japan on June 21 postponed.

European cross duathlon championships in Târgu Mures, Romania on June 23 postponed.

African Cup in Larache, Morocco on June 27 postponed.

World Series in Montreal on June 28 postponed.

European middle distance championships in Walchsee, Austria on June 28 postponed.

European championships in Tartu, Estonia from July 3-5 postponed.

Asian Cup in Cholpon-Ata, Kyrgyzstan on July 5 canceled.

Asian Cup in Hualien, Taiwan on July 7 canceled.

Asian Cup in Jiayuguan, China on July 11 canceled.

World Series in Hamburg, Germany on July 11 postponed to Sept. 4.

World mixed relay championships in Hamburg, Germany on July 12 postponed to Sept. 5.

Oceania long distance championships in Lalomanu, Samoa on Aug. 1 canceled.

World Series Grand Final in Edmonton from Aug. 17-23 canceled.

World Cup in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic on Aug. 30 postponed to Sept. 13.

European Cup in Szentendre, Hungary on Sept. 13 canceled.


Olympic test event in Tokyo from April 21-26 canceled.

Men’s Challenger Cup in Gondomar, Portugal from June 24-28 postponed.

Women’s Challenger Cup in Zadar, Croatia from June 24-28 postponed.

Nations League due to start on May 22 canceled.

Beach Volleyball

World Tour 3(asterisk) in Bandar Abbas, Iran from March 2-7 canceled.

World Tour 3(asterisk) in Gold Coast, Australia from March 17-22 canceled.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Cancun, Mexico from March 24-29 postponed.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Boracay, Philippines from March 26-29 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Satun, Thailand from April 8-11 postponed.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Singapore from April 15-19 canceled.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Yangzhou, China from April 22-26 postponed.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Siming, China from April 29-May 3 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) Women in Tuan Chau Island, Vietnam from May 6-9 postponed.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Itapema, Brazil from May 6-10 canceled.

World Tour 3(asterisk) in Jurmala, Latvia from May 6-10 canceled.

World Tour 3(asterisk) in Jinjiang, China from May 13-17 canceled.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Ostrava, Czech Republic from May 20-24 canceled.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Warsaw from May 27-31 canceled.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Moscow from June 3-7 canceled.

World Tour 5(asterisk) in Rome from June 9-14 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Miguel Pereira, Brazil from June 11-14 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Raja Ampat, Indonesia from June 11-14 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Ios, Greece from June 12-14 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Ventiane, Laos from June 18-21 canceled.

World Tour 5(asterisk) in Gstaad, Switzerland from July 7-12 canceled.

World Tour 3(asterisk) Women in Daegu, South Korea from July 9-12 canceled.

World Tour 2(asterisk) in Qidong, China from July 9-12 canceled.

World Tour 2(asterisk) Women in Larnaca, Cyprus from July 10-12 postponed to Sept. 18-20.

World Tour 4(asterisk) in Espinho, Portugal from July 15-19 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) Men in Bettystown, Ireland from July 17-19 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) Women in Buyeo, South Korea from July 30-Aug. 2 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) in Vaduz, Liechenstein from Aug. 5-9 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) Women in Busan, South Korea from Aug. 6-9 canceled.

World Tour 5(asterisk) in Vienna from Aug. 12-16 canceled.

World Tour 1(asterisk) Men in Salalah, Oman from Aug. 19-22 canceled.

World Tour 2(asterisk) in Rubavu, Rwanda from Aug. 19-22 postponed.

World Tour 5(asterisk) in Hamburg, Germany from Aug. 19-23 canceled.

World Tour 2(asterisk) Men in Sønderborg, Denmark from Aug. 20-22 canceled.

World championships in Rome in 2021 postponed to June 2022.


East Asian championships in Seoul from Feb. 26-March 3 postponed.

World junior championships in Bucharest, Romania from March 14-24 canceled.

South American championships in Cali, Colombia from March 19-22 postponed to Oct. 1-6.

African championships in Vacoas, Mauritius from April 13-20 postponed to June 15-23. From April 1 postponed.

European championships in Moscow from April 13-21 postponed to June 13-21 postponed to Oct. 31-Nov. 8.

Pan American championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from April 14-24 postponed.

Asian championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan moved to Tashkent, Uzbekistan from April 16-25, postponed.

Oceania and Commonwealth championships in Nauru from April 21-25 postponed.


Asian championships in New Delhi from Feb. 20-23: China, North Korea, Turkmenistan teams withdrew.

Pan American Olympic qualifier in Ottawa from March 13-15, no spectators.

African Oceania Olympic qualifier in El Jadida, Morocco from March 13-15 postponed.

European Olympic qualifier in Budapest, Hungary from March 19-22 postponed.

Asian Olympic qualifier from March 27-29 moved from Xi’an, China to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan withdrew as host on Feb. 29, qualifier postponed.

United States Olympic trials in State College, Pennsylvania from April 4-5 postponed.

World Olympic qualifier in Sofia, Bulgaria from April 30-May 3 postponed.

Poland Open in Warsaw from June 3-7 postponed.


Tokyo Olympics from July 24-Aug. 9 postponed to July 23-Aug. 8, 2021.

Tokyo Paralympics from Aug. 25-Sept. 6 postponed to Aug. 24-Sept. 5, 2021.

Tokyo Olympics training of volunteers in Japan postponed from February to May, postponed to 2021.

Tokyo Olympics flame lighting dress rehearsal in Olympia, Greece on March 11; flame lighting on March 12, no spectators. Greek torch relay from March 13 canceled. Japan torch relay due to start March 26 canceled.

Court of Arbitration for Sport in-person hearings, from March 16 suspended.

X Games in Chongli, China from Feb. 21-23 postponed.

Singapore athlete of the year awards on Feb. 26 postponed.

International Boxing Association’s European Continental Forum in Assisi, Italy on Feb. 29 canceled.

International Boxing Association’s African Continental Forum in Casablanca, Morocco from March 13-15 postponed.

World Chess Federation’s presidential council meeting moved from China to United Arab Emirates on Feb. 28-29.

World University cross-country championships in Marrakech, Morocco on March 7 postponed.

NCAA in the United States, all sports from March 12 canceled.

International Weightlifting Federation Congress in Bucharest, Romania on March 13 canceled.

World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport in Monte Carlo from March 12-14 postponed to Feb. 11-13, 2021.

World Anti-Doping Agency Symposium in Lausanne, Switzerland on March 17-18 canceled.

FIFA Council meeting in Asuncion, Paraguay, on March 20 moved to Zurich in June-July.

International Boxing Association Extraordinary Congress in Budapest, Hungary on March 20 postponed to June 20 to Dec. 12-13.

Association of Southeast Asian Nations Para Games in the Philippines from March 20-28 postponed.

Hong Kong sports stars awards on March 24 postponed.

MCC world cricket committee meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka on March 28-29 canceled.

XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championships (offroad triathlon, duathlon) in Taiwan from March 28-29 canceled.

Gulf Cooperation Council Games in Kuwait from April 3-14 postponed.

International Equestrian Federation Sports Forum in Lausanne, Switzerland on April 6-7 moved to online.

Asian Football Confederation Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on April 16 postponed.

SportAccord summit in Beijing moved to Lausanne, Switzerland, on April 19-24 canceled.

World Sailing general meeting in London on May 2 canceled.

World Taekwondo Extraordinary Council meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland on May 12 moved to online.

International Ski Federation Congress in Pattaya, Thailand from May 17-23 postponed.

International Ice Hockey Federation Congress in Zurich from May 21-23 postponed to June 10 online.

International Gymnastics Federation executive committee in Swakopmund, Namibia from May 26-27 postponed.

International Gymnastics Federation council in Swakopmund, Namibia from May 28-29 postponed.

X Games in Shanghai from May 30-31 canceled.

FIFA Congress in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on June 5 postponed to Sept. 18 online.

International Skating Union Congress in Phuket, Thailand from June 8-12 postponed to May 31-June 4, 2021.

International Boxing Hall of Fame 2020 induction in Canastota, New York from June 10-13 canceled.

International Luge Federation Congress in Berchtesgaden, Germany from June 15-16 postponed to Nov. 21-22.

International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation Congress on June 20 moved from Shanghai to Antwerp, Belgium.

World university triathlon championship in Kecskemét, Hungary from June 27-28 canceled.

X Games in Minneapolis, Minnesota from July 16-19 canceled.

Basketball Hall of Fame 2020 induction in Springfield, Massachusetts on Aug. 29 postponed to 2021.

World Anti-Doping Agency global education conference in Sydney from Oct. 13-14 postponed to 2021.

International Volleyball Federation Congress in Phuket, Thailand from Oct. 15-17 postponed to Jan. 27-29.

Motorsport Games in Marseille, France from Oct. 23-25 postponed to Oct. 22-24, 2021.

International Hockey Federation Congress in New Delhi from Oct. 28-Nov. 1 postponed to May 2021.

Association of National Olympic Committees General Assembly in Seoul, South Korea on Nov. 25-26 postponed.

National School Games in Singapore from January-August no spectators.

Arafura Games in Darwin, Australia from May 15-23, 2021 canceled.

Mediterranean Games in Oran, Algeria from June 25-July 5, 2021 postponed to June 25-July 5, 2022.

World Games in Birmingham, Alabama from July 15-25, 2021 postponed to July 7-17, 2022.

Francophonie Games in Kinshasa, Congo from July 23-Aug. 1, 2021 postponed to July 23-Aug. 8, 2022.

Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya, Turkey from Aug. 20-29, 2021 postponed.

Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England from July 27-Aug. 7, 2022 postponed to July 28-Aug. 8, 2022.


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