Organisers of the Spanish La Liga have suspended their next two fixtures after players of Real Madrid went into isolation
The Real Madrid players had gone into self-isolation after a player of the Real Madrid basketball team tested positive for Coronavirus.
Players and staff of the team were sent home on Thursday on self-isolation for 15 days and the organisers called for safety by putting the league on hold.
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UEFA is deliberating plans to postpone the 2020 Euros till next year and is also considering the suspension of the Champions League and Europa League till further notice.
The EPL is also giving a suspension of the league a strong consideration while the Serie A has since placed every match on hold.
Sampdoria midfielder, David Gabbiadini has tested positive for Coronavirus, underlining the reasons behind the suspension of the Serie A.
Two players of Bundesliga 2 side, Hannover 96 have tested positive for the virus, as its spread is living up to its pandemic status.
Three Manchester United players – Dalot, Martial and Lingard have also been tested for the virus after they showed symptoms earlier on Thursday.
In tennis, the ATP has announced a six-week suspension of the men’s tour taking in all events until the end of April.
As well as the Miami Open, that includes another Masters event in Monte-Carlo along with tournaments in Barcelona, Houston, Marrakech and Budapest.
In Formula 1, organisers of the Australian Grand Prix have decided to go on with the tournament despite McLaren pulling out of the first competition of the year.
The NBA have also suspended the league indefinitely, after the US hit a new Coronavirus high. Utah Jazz stars, Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert have been diagnosed with the disease.