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Sunday Grandstand


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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.35,4.40 Water-skiing The final day of the inaugural Leeds Classic, from
Roundhay Park. The reigning men's and women's world champions, Patrice Martin of France and Natalia Rumiantseva of Russia, are favourites in the European Masters series' richest event.
1.00, 5.15 Tennis Coverage from today's top matches in the French Open at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, as the competition nears the halfway stage. Last year, the strong Spanish contingent prospered on the slow clay courts, with Sergi Bruguera taking the men's title and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario the women's to complete a clean sweep of the singles titles in one of the sport's four Grand
Slams. But the player currently enjoying the best form is Austria's Thomas Muster , who outplayed Bruguera in the final of the Italian Open for his fifth clay court title of the season and a record 28 straight wins on this surface.
2.10,3.30 Show Jumping The Nations Cup reaches the British round where, at
Hickstead, the hosts aim to improve upon last year's runners-up spot, when they finished behind surprise winners Italy.
2.55 Racing From Chantilly in France, live coverage ofthis afternoon's Prixdu
Jockey Club - the French equivalent of the Epsom Derby - which is scheduled to startat3.15pm.
6.50 News Roundup


Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Patrice Martin
Unknown: Natalia Rumiantseva
Unknown: Roland Garros
Unknown: Sergi Bruguera
Unknown: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
Unknown: Thomas Muster

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