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Sunday Grandstand

on BBC Two England

Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.05,3.50 Rowing Highlights from finals day in the World Cup in Munich, where British Olympic heroes Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent compete for the first time with their new coxless fours partners Tim Foster and James Cracknell at
1.15pm. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt.
1.25,4.05 Tennis Cove rage of the French Open from Paris, where the line-up for the last 16 in both the men's and women's singles should be decided today. Britain's Tim Henman will be hoping to figure in the fourth round, although clay is not his best surface. Commentary by John Barrett , Bill Threlfall and Virginia Wade.
2.20,4.45 Cricket Sunday League action from Leicestershire v Lancashire. These two teams took three of the four domestic trophies last season - Leicestershire were county champions and Lancashire won both the one-day cups. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew, Jack Bannister, Geoffrey Boycott and Dermot Reeve.
2.50 Racing Live coverage from Chantilly of the French Derby, under starter's orders at 3.20pm. The race was won last year by the French horse Ragmar.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Jim McGrath, Julian Wilson and Willie Carson.
6.20-6.30pm News Roundup
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Contributors

Introduced By:
Sue Barker.
Unknown:
Steve Redgrave
Unknown:
Matthew Pinsent
Unknown:
Tim Foster
Unknown:
James Cracknell
Commentary By:
Gerald Sinstadt.
Unknown:
Tim Henman
Commentary By:
John Barrett
Commentary By:
Bill Threlfall
Commentary By:
Virginia Wade.
Commentary By:
Jonathan Agnew
Commentary By:
Jack Bannister
Commentary By:
Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By:
Dermot Reeve.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Willie Carson.

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