More than 70 tournaments of more than 18 games of coronavirus have been canceled or postponed. These include cricket.
The ODI series between India-South Africa and Australia-New Zealand could not be completed. Two matches of both series were canceled. The Test series between England and Sri Lanka were postponed.
The impact of Coronavirus can also be seen on this year’s Test World Championship, Asia Cup, T-World Cup, and Women’s ODI Championship.
The Test Championship began in August last year. The final is to be held in June next year. Under this, the Test series between Sri Lanka-England (in March) has already been canceled. England-West Indies (3 Tests) in June, England-Pakistan (3 Tests) in July-August, West Indies-South Africa (2 Tests), Bangladesh-New Zealand (2 Tests) in July, New Zealand-West Indies (3) in November-December Test), coronavirus can be seen in the series between India-Australia (4 Tests) and New Zealand-Pakistan (2 Tests) in December-January (2021).
The ODI League is scheduled to be held from May 1 this year. It will run till March 31 in 2022. It is being called the qualification tournament of the 2023 World Cup. 13 countries will participate in it.
India has already qualified for the 2023 World Cup as hosts. Also, by March 31, 2022, the team that is in the top-7 rankings will also qualify. The 12 Test-playing countries will participate in the tournament. During this time, eight ODI series are to be played between all teams in home and away format. The ICC may advance the tournament due to coronavirus.
Rents are to be played. Asia Cup and T20 World Cup. The Asia Cup will be played in September. Apart from India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka will also participate in it. After this, the T20 World Cup is to be held on Australian soil in October.
Coronaviruses may be affected by both series. On the other hand, the ICC will hold the Women’s ODI Championship from this year. 8 teams will participate in it. Corona may also have an impact on this tournament.