New Delhi | Jagran Sports Desk: The novel coronavirus cases is caused a lot of damages to almost all the countries. Several economies have been hit and major events have cancelled due to the pandemic that began in Wuhan, China last December. The outbreak has not just cancelled tournaments in India like IPL, but all global events that were scheduled to take place in the last few months. Here we provide you a list of sports events that have been cancelled:

Tokyo Olympics

The organisers of Tokyo Olympics had to finally cancel the major event last month as countries like Australia refused to send their athletes to the Olympics. It was the first instance that Olympics was cancelled in over a century.


India vs South Africa 2nd ODI in Lucknow

India vs South Africa 3rd ODI in Kolkata

Indian Premier League (postponed until further notice)

Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI in Sydney

Australia vs New Zealand 3rd ODI in Hobart

Pakistan Super League (suspended)

Road Safety world series


All national tournaments


FIBA 3x3 olympic qualifying event


Federation Cup National Junior Athletics Championshi


World Cup event in Shanghai


China Masters postponed

Asian Team Championships-- China and Hong Kong withdrew

German Open cancelled

Asian Championships suspended

Indian Open suspended

Swiss Open

Malaysia Open

Singapore Open

Thomas and Uber Cup Finals (postponed to August 2020)


All AITA tournaments

BNP Paribas Open

Miami Open

Monte Carlo Masters

French Open 2020 postponed to October 4

Wimbledon 2020


FIFA World Cup qualifier between India and Qatar.

FIFA World Cup qualifier between India and Afghanistan

Final round of Santosh Trophy in Aizwal

Premier League postponed

All European club competition-- UEFA Champions league, Italian Serie A, Laliga, Bundesliga


India Open

Professional events of PGTI


ISSF World Cup for pistol, rifle and shotgun postponed


All state and national championships postponed

The number of coronavirus in India has topped 15,000 mark while the fatalities have crossed 500, as per the latest report from the Union Health Ministry. Globally, over 2.3 billion have been affected and 1.6 lakh patients have died.

Posted By: James Kuanal