The coronavirus pandemic adversely affected the sports industry. Everywhere on the planet, people faced losses due to COVID-19. Fortunately, the situation now is gradually getting under control. Schools have reopened, and offices are back to work.
Likewise, the upcoming sports events in the United Kingdom have rescheduled. Besides the numerous cancellations of games, some games will follow.
Upcoming Sports Events
BBC shared its list of the tournaments that will continue to break a sweat this year. You can book your tickets or install a smart screen from now on. Make sure not to miss any of these upcoming sports events.
French Open 2020
The French Open 2020 is an enthusiastic Grand Slam tennis tournament played in the outdoor courts. It is going to rock the crowd at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. After rescheduling, it is about to be played from September 21st to October 11th.
Interestingly, it is going to be the 124th edition in the history of the French Open. Fans will rejoice over the new addition of a retractable roof of the tennis court. Moreover, it is the first and foremost year of night tennis matches.
2020 Masters Tournament
The 2020 Masters Tournament is rescheduled to set the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. It will be played from November 12th to November 15th behind closed doors. Without any spectators attending the event, the game may be different from previous ones.
This year, it is going to be the 84th edition of the Golf Masters Tournament. Sadly, for the first time ever, there will no live coverage of the event.
2020 Scottish Cup Final
The 2020 Scottish Cup Final is going to be another esteemed knock-out football competition in Scotland. It is going to set the Hampden Park on fire on December 20th.
Fans will be able to watch it on BBC Scotland and Premier Sports. Excitingly, it is going be the 135th edition of the Scottish Cup and finalise the 2019-20 series.
These are the three upcoming sports events that you will follow in the United Kingdom. More of these games are to be rescheduled and finalised.