And yet the Premier League are still acting like they can resume at the beginning of June.
I think this is a bit unfair, the obvious difference between the Premier League (and the Football League and the Champions League) and most of the other sporting events that have been cancelled is that the Premier League had already started - and indeed was nearly complete - so it's clearly going to be a high priority to start it again as soon as possible.
I don't think the Premier League have said anything concrete about wanting to start in June, it's clear it's an incredibly fluid situation. It's certainly not exclusive to them anyway because Serie A the other week were making noises about trying to get underway in May.
I see in the papers today that the various golf tournaments have already pencilled in new dates so there has to be some kind of forward planning. And I don't begrudge the Premier League trying to get something started as soon as they can, because in terms of finances and public interest it absolutely dwarfs all the other sports, and it's a going concern. It's probably the worst possible time for it to have been suspended too, too close to the end of the season not to write the whole thing off but not close enough to suggest the current standings should be final. I don't envy them trying to work out how to continue it.