Here's a look at the major updates and developments from the world of sports in the wake of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic.
AC Milan on Saturday confirmed that their iconic defender Paolo Maldini and his son, Daniel, have both tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese organisers and IOC President Thomas Bach say that the games will open on July 24 at the $1.43 billion national stadium in central Tokyo.
Amid panic over a possibility of community transmission of novel coronavirus, it has now come to fore that ace boxer and Rajya Sabha MP Mary Kom broke the 14-day quarantine protocol.
Former South Africa batsman AB de Villiers, who has been roped in as the face of Virat Kohli's clothing brand WROGN, says he feels that dressing up is very personal.
Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has sparked off a debate on Twitter after posting a comment about the coronavirus outbreak and the need for 'social distancing' in Chennai.
March 16, 2012 will be etched in the minds of cricket fans across the globe as the day when legendary India batsman Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th international century.
Vini Raman, the fiancée of Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, took to social media to share a picture from their Indian engagement.
Cricketer Jaydev Unadkat, the 28-year-old pacer from Saurashtra, took to social media on Sunday to announce his engagement with his fiancée Rinny.
The torch will still be handed over to Tokyo 2020 organisers as planned but with no supporters in attendance.
The start of the Indian Premier League, the world's most lucrative cricket competition, has been postponed from March 29 until April 15 over the coronavirus.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been in quarantine in Madeira for several days but is not showing any symptoms of the coronavirus contracted by a Juventus teammate.
A new diktat from the Sports Ministry clearly means that if the board has to hold the Indian Premier League, it has to be without public gathering.