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Sunday Grandstand


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With Sue Barker and Suzi Perry.
11.30 Isle of Man TT Yamaha rider John McGuiness - who won a hat-trick of titles last year after clinching the Formula One, Lightweight 400 and Junior TT races - will be the one to beat nn tho famous 37-mile course.
12 35 Moto GP The sixth round revs up with the Grand Prix of Catalonia from Barcelona (start
1.00). Valentino Rossi 's bid for a fifth title is looking good after three wins in the opening four races of the season.
Videoplus code for 12.35-2.00pm
2.00 Tennis Live coverage of the final of the Queen's tournament in west London. Will defending champion Andy Roddick have made it through to be in with a chance of being one of a select band of men to win the trophy three times?
Also this afternoon, grass-court legends Boris Becker and John McEnroe will face each other for the first time ever on grass to mark 20 years since
Rprker's first Queen's Club title. Videoplus code for 2-00-5.10pm
(non-PDC) Following the final from Queen there's racing highlights of the French Oaks from the Chantilly course in northern France.
TV presentation: Paul Davies (tennis) and Belinda Rogerson (Isle of Man TT)
(S - except French Oaks)


Unknown: Suzi Perry.
Unknown: John McGuiness
Unknown: Valentino Rossi
Unknown: Andy Roddick
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Paul Davies
Unknown: Belinda Rogerson

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