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Sports, Leagues and Federations that are working towards a return to live sport.

Use our handy guide to quickly see the current status and latest news for our properties and leagues.  

Any dates below are estimates on when each sport could return, based on statements from each league and/or news reports. 

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Information correct as of 11:00 BST - 5th August 2020.

TENNIS

 

ATP Tour – 14th August

The ATP Tour will resume play on the 14th August with the Citi Open from Washington, D.C. This will quickly be followed by the resumption of the ATP Masters 1000's when the Western & Southern Open returns on the 22nd August. 

The first ATP 250 event will take place on September 8th when the Generali Open takes place in Kitzbuhel. 

The ATP Challenger series will resume on the 17th August.

US Open - 31st August - 13th September

The US Open will be held without fans from 31st August to 13 September. There will be no qualifying and no mixed doubles under plans approved by the governor of New York.

Strict health and safety plans will be in place to protect everyone involved in the event. Regular tests will be carried out alongside daily temperature checks. Everyone will be expected to wear a face mask when not playing and the draw for the men's and women's doubles will be half the usual size. 

Roland Garros – 20th September - 4th October

On March 17th the French Tennis Federation announced the tournament was postponed and the tournament would start on the 20th September and run until the 4th October. This is the first time since the 1947 French Championships the event hasn’t been held in the traditional May-June slot. The French government has confirmed no sporting events would be held in the country until September at the earliest. 

BADMINTON

 

BWF – 25th August

The Badminton World Federation has announced its revamped tournament calendar for the remainder of 2020. The new calendar will get underway on 25th August with the China Masters at Sanya, a Super 100 event. 

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