Roger Federer has been back on social media taking us through his repertoire of tennis skills at home in the snow.
Wolves forward Leonardo Campana has revealed he tested positive for coronavirus two weeks ago but has now recovered.
Yorkshire coach Andrew Gale and his wife Kate have registered as NHS volunteers to help cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says the Premier League season must end early if it helps to avoid disruption to next season's calendar.
Silverstone says it is prepared to help F1 in any way possible once the 2020 season begins, its boss has told Sky Sports.
Bayern Munich have fined Jerome Boateng after the defender broke government lockdown rules and left the city without the club's permission to visit his ill son.
McLaren have become the first F1 team to furlough some staff because of the coronavirus, while Sainz and Norris join others in pay cuts.
Hollie Doyle pens an open letter applauding the bravery of NHS workers and urging all racing fans to stay both safe and positive.
Kyle Walker is finding the coronavirus lockdown tough but the Man City right-back knows this is the time to "bite the bullet" and think of others.
Ajax technical director Marc Overmars has expressed astonishment at plans to try to complete the Dutch league season.
Former professional javelin thrower James Campbell spent his 32nd birthday running a marathon in his garden.
Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld believes the Covid-19 crisis will encourage society to show kindness to others, as the world comes together to fight coronavirus.
Super League trio Toronto Wolfpack, Leeds Rhinos and Salford Red Devils were all impacted by coronavirus on Wednesday.
The US Tennis Association reacted to news of the postponement of Wimbledon by maintaining that the US Open is still due to take place as planned.
Celtic have placed a number of non-playing staff on furlough while football continues to be suspended due to the spread of coronavirus.
Johnny Vegas, Lee Briers and Tommy Martyn are among the volunteers delivering supplies to key workers and the vulnerable.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has become the first Premier League boss to take a voluntary pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Curtis Cup has been postponed until 2021, while the men's and women's Amateur Championship have been put back from June to August.
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