Sporting events in China have been adversely affected due to the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan.
Let's take a look at the events that were either cancelled or postponed due to the spread of the novel virus.
Euro 2020 is just a couple of months away from the beginning. Coronavirus is spreading like wildfire and Italy is one of the worst affected countries.
As of now, UEFA is still going ahead with its Champions League and Europa League fixture but if the situation continues to remain tense it could lead to delaying or even cancellation of the tournament.
Five matches in Italy's Serie A, including the heavyweight duel between champions Juventus and Inter Milan, were postponed on Saturday due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Sunday's clash pitting Juventus and third-placed Inter in Turin was among those fixtures to be called off and rearranged for May 13.
It had originally been scheduled to be played behind closed doors.
The Grand Prix was scheduled to take place on April 19 in the Shanghai International Circuit which is approximately 800 kilometres away from Wuhan (the epicentre of the outbreak). However, due to the outbreak, the governing body has decided to postpone the event. The new date is yet to be declared.
The World Athletics Indoor Championships, which had been scheduled for Nanjing from March 13-15, were postponed until next year. World Athletics is working with organisers to settle on a date to host the biennial event in 2021.
The Asian Athletics Association cancelled its February 12-13 indoor championships in Hangzhou.
Asian Champions League matches involving Chinese clubs Guangzhou Evergrande, Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG have been postponed.
Guangzhou and the Shanghai clubs will join the competition in April, with their group matches due to be played in May.
Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG were due to play away at Perth Glory and Sydney FC but Australian officials sought to reschedule matches after their government imposed a travel ban on foreign nationals arriving from China.
The International Tennis Federation moved the Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Group I event featuring China, Taiwan, Indonesia, South Korea and Uzbekistan out of Dongguan to Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana) in Kazakhstan.
But the February 4-8 event was later postponed after Kazakhstan declined to serve as substitute hosts.