SPORTING events have been decimated due to the coronavirus with many major competitions being postponed.
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But most of these tournaments have been held back for a year due to COVID-19, so just when will they all start?
When are major sports events in 2021?
With the coronavirus outbreak wrecking the sporting calendar, many have has to be moved to 2021.
Competitions like the football’s Premier League could also have their schedules completely changed in a bid to ensured the current season is finished and enough time is allow for players to rest and transfer to be done.
- Australian Open
- Masters snooker
- Super Bowl (February 7)
- Six Nations
- F1 season starts
- WrestleMania 37 (March 28)
- Masters golf
- World Snooker Championship
- French Open – 2020 edition moved to September 2020
- PGA Championship
- Under-21’s Euro 2021 (June 6 – June 21) – To be moved to accommodate Euro 2020
- Euro 2020 (June 11 – July 11) – Moved from June 2020
- Copa America 2020 (June 11 – July 11) – Moved from June 2020
- US Open golf
- Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (July 23 – August 8) – Moved from July 2020
- The Open golf
- Tour de France
- Women’s Euro 2021 – Set to be moved to accommodate men’s Euro 2020
- English Premier League season starts
- US Open tennis
- World Athletics Championship – Set to be moved to accommodate Olympics
- Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games (August 24 – September 5) – Moved from August 2020
- PDC Darts World Championship