Sports Report- 7/6

BRYSON DeCHAMBEAU WON THE ROCKET MORTGAGE CLASSIC IN DETROIT BY 3 STROKES SUNDAY FOR HIS FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON AND SIXTH OVERALL. THOUGH THE JOHN DEERE CLASSIC IN SILVIS, ILLINOIS WAS CANCELLED THIS WEEKEND, THE WORKDAY CHARITY OPEN IN DUBLIN, OHIO IS STILL A GO, WITH ITS $6.2-MILLION DOLLAR PURSE UP FOR GRABS.
UP TO 60-PERCENT OF THE USUAL ATTENDANCE CAPACITY WILL BE ALLOWED INSIDE THE ROLAND GARROS GROUNDS FOR THE 2020 EDITION OF THE FRENCH OPEN AMID THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS. THE FRENCH OPEN WAS POSTPONED FROM ITS USUAL MAY-JUNE DATES TO SEPTEMBER BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC. THE US OPEN IS BEING HELD WITHOUT ANY SPECTATORS IN NEW YORK BEGINNING AUGUST 31st.  READ MORE AT WWW.ESPN.COM.
THE NHL AND PLAYERS ASSOCIATION HAVE FINALIZED THE PROTOCOLS FOR THE SEASON TO RESUME THIS SUMMER IN TORONTO AND EDMONTON. THE NHL IS TARGETING A JULY 13th START DATE FOR TRAINING CAMPS. IF ALL GOES ACCORDING TO PLAN, GAMES WILL BEGIN BY AUGUST 1st. THE EASTERN CONFERENCE TEAMS WILL PLAY IN TORONTO, AND THE WESTERN CONFERENCE TEAMS WILL PLAY IN EDMONTON.

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