Former Al Duhail striker Youssef El Arabi scored the winner for Olympiakos.
Sri Lanka retained the ODI squad with the exception of Dimuth Karunaratne who skippered the 50-overs team, but does not play in the shortest form of the game.
Organisers said that all the participants in the race, that had been due to finish on Saturday, will be tested for the virus which hit Italy hardest in Europe.
The four-time Olympic champion had been asked by USADA whether he had been injected with L-carnitine, a naturally occurring amino acid, as part of its investigation into his former coach Alberto Salazar.
Khalid Al Mohannadi leads T3 as Jones tops T3 on the day; Al Rajhi claims stage win.
The world number one will face either third seed Gael Monfils or Richard Gasquet for a place in the final.