Stop and Go As live events make their comeback after shutting down for the novel coronavirus pandemic, here’s a look at how major leagues in some professional sports in the U.S. are faring, as reported by the leagues and media outlets. In action, either with fans or without. Have a plan to return but had not resumed play as of June 22.  Have no set plan or are officially done for the season.   ATP / WTA Both the men’s and women’s tennis tours recently announced that they plan to return to play in August. Horse racing One sport that avoided a total shutdown, at least in a few states where racing continued without fans, welcomed back big events when the Belmont Stakes ran at an empty track June 20. LPGA Tour Announced plans in June to return with a fanless tournament July 31-Aug. 2 and one with spectators the next… Continue Reading Reopening Chart: Sports Makes a Comeback

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