Major League Baseball and Major League Baseball Players Association sort of came to an agreement on a shortened 2020 baseball season, which will begin July 23 or July 24. Tennis star Novak Djokovic held a tennis tour without any health regards in mind, which went south quickly.
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The NFL should never ask a football player if that player is a LGBTQ member, and it definitely should never be asked again after the Supreme Court’s ruling Monday.
Roger Federer is still committed to playing tennis and said he will return in 2021. Despite his historic career, this latest injury setback might have Federer reconsidering on when it’s time to hang up his racquet.
The University of Houston made the decision "out of an abundance of caution."
The NBA and National Basketball Players Association worked together to approve a plan to resume the NBA season, and both sides should be applauded. The MLS’ threat of a lockout worked but at what cost with its relationship with the players. The WNBA might be closer to holding its season in one or two possible locations.
Roger Federer was No. 1 on Forbes’ list of the highest-paid athletes in the world. The MLB owners and players disagree over money. The NHL moves forward with new playoff format.
The NBA looks to gear up in the next step to resuming its season. The MLBPA wants more coronavirus testing done. The NHL is down to less than 10 locations to choose cities as a hub for NHL teams.
Barring any unfortunate situation in the final week, NASCAR will be the first sport to return and without fans. NCAA continues to attack the dragon’s head that is Kansas men’s basketball program. NBA gets ready as players return to training facilities and tries to resume season.
NASCAR is the first sport to return in the coronavirus pandemic world, but it will have limitations. Other sports make some decisions about current and future seasons.