Here are some noticeable sports news in the world today, April 30th, 2020.
Murray is quarantining himself with his beautiful wife Kim Sears
However, according to former world No. 1 house, tennis should be the last sport to return. “Certainly all tennis players want to go back to play as soon as possible. However, right now, that’s not the most important thing. First of all, we need to get back to normal life. After that, hopefully, over time everything will be stable and then the sport should return “- Andy Murray confirmed.
The Ryder Cup will take place regardless of the audience
Some leading golfers like Rory McIlroy have once said that if the Ryder Cup takes place without fans, it will no longer be the Ryder Cup. However, according to the latest revelations, whether or not the audience is allowed to visit the court will not affect the return of this tournament.
The important reason is because of financial problems, if this tournament is canceled or merely postponed, the organizers will have great difficulty in calling for funding.
PGA Championship appointment dates back
The PGA Championship for women golfers was scheduled to return in October, after the LPGA Tour announced that the tournament would start again in mid-July. The PGA Championship for women is scheduled to take place at Aronimink Golf. The club was in Pennsylvania at the end of June. However, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the organizers postponed the tournament and rescheduled it from October 8-11.
The F1 of Hungary will return in early August
The organizers of Hungary Grand Prix are very confident with the plan to host the F1 2020 World Championship here. F1 organizers are in the process of rebuilding their schedules in 2020.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic caused 10 races to be canceled or postponed. F1 Director Chase Carey revealed that if nothing changes. F1 2020 will return in early July with the Hungarian stage held in mid-summer.
FIA warns F1 2020 drivers
The International Automobile Federation (FIA) said the downtime of F1 2020 riders was up to 63 days instead of 35 days as expected. The outbreak of the disease caused the initial plan of continuous delay being extended.