Badminton's world tour hopes to resume in September, officials said on Friday, announcing a revised schedule with several tournaments moved or cancelled because of the months-long coronavirus shutdown.
The Badminton World Federation is to suspend all tournaments from Monday until April 12 due to the coronavirus epidemic.
The coronavirus exposes an ignorance of China's lucrative sports market and poor contingency planning, experts say, after Formula One became the most high-profile casualty of a mass pullout from the country.
Badminton world number one Kento Momota was injured and his driver was killed in a crash near Kuala Lumpur on Monday just hours after he won the Malaysia Masters.
Leading beverage MILO has launched its 2018 sports program, starting with summer clinics for children 7 to 12 years old.
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