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  • Wimbledon Cancelled for First Time in 75 Years

    Wimbledon Cancelled for First Time in 75 Years

    The 2020 Wimbledon Championships have officially been cancelled for the first time since World War II due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Athletes Already Qualified for Olympics Won't Need to Qualify Again

    Athletes Already Qualified for Olympics Won't Need to Qualify Again

    Reports are suggesting Olympics won’t expect qualified athletes to not have to re-qualify for the games which will now be held in 2021.

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  • Could Wimbledon Be Cancelled?

    Could Wimbledon Be Cancelled?

    This year’s Wimbledon looks like it will become the next high profile sporting casualty of the Covid-19 epidemic.

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  • Wimbledon set for Crunch Talks on 2020 Future

    Wimbledon set for Crunch Talks on 2020 Future

    The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) will meet next week as they reach crunch time for a decision on whether to postpone or cancel the 2020 Wimbledon Championships.

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  • US Open Tennis Open to Rescheduling Too

    US Open Tennis Open to Rescheduling Too

    In response to the decision to move the dates of the French Open, the USTA (united States Tennis Association) has refused to rule out the possibility that the US Open could also be postponed to a later date.

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  • French Open Moved to September

    French Open Moved to September

    The coronavirus epidemic has caused the French Open tennis tournament to be moved back to September and October.

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  • WTA Tour Suspended till May 2 as Tennis Takes a Hit

    WTA Tour Suspended till May 2 as Tennis Takes a Hit

    The WTA has now postponed all tournaments until May 2nd at the earliest, because of the coronavirus.

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  • French Open Re-Scheduled for September Start

    French Open Re-Scheduled for September Start

    The French Tennis Federation (FFT) have confirmed that the 2020 French Open has officially been re-scheduled until September due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Prime Minister Insists Olympics will go ahead

    Prime Minister Insists Olympics will go ahead

    Japans Prime Minister Shinz Abe has insisted that this summers Olympic Games will go ahead as planned, despite the threat posed by the coronavirus.

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  • Davis Cup Qualifiers: The ITF Continues to Closely Monitor the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

    Davis Cup Qualifiers: The ITF Continues to Closely Monitor the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

    The continued spread of the novel virus has already led to the cancellation or postponement of sports events worldwide, and the Davis Cup is no exception.

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