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Wimbledon 87

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The Lawn Tennis Championships from the All England Club
In accordance with tradition, the defending men's singles champion BORIS BECKER will open play this afternoon on the Centre Court. Becker is trying to win his third title in a row but he again faces formidable opposition. Among the contenders there's IVAN LENDL , the world's number one player and beaten finalist last year; MATS WILANDER and STEFAN EDBERG who head the Swedish challenge;
Australia's Davis Cup hero
PAT CASH; and JOHN MCENROE who has won three times, the last in 1984 when, in the final against Jimmy Connors , he produced one of the finest exhibitions of tennis ever seen on the Centre Court.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces live coverage of Wimbledon 87, as the BBC celebrates 50 years of televising the event. Television presentation
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , FRED VINER ALASTAIR SCOTT. WENDY SHEPPARD Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Executive producer JOHN ROWUNSON
• FEATURE: page 82 and INFO: page 77

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Ivan Lendl
Unknown: Stefan Edberg
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Jimmy Connors
Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: Alastair Scott.
Unknown: Wendy Sheppard
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Producer: John Rowunson

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