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With Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
12.15 Rowing - Eton in Berkshire hosts the World Cup, the first time the competition has been held on British waters. Steve Redgrave will be restaging his Sydney Olympic victory in aid of tsunami relief, alongside Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster and James Cracknell.
2.00 Tennis - Action from day six of the French Open. Roger Federer will be keen to avoid a repeat of his third-round exit at this stage last year - the French Open is the only Grand Slam title to have so far eluded him. More tomorrow at 1.20pm on BBC2.
2.55 Football - Preview A look ahead to tonight's USA v England friendly, highlights of which are at 11.40pm.
3.00 Golf - Third-round action from the PGA championship, one of the most prestigious events on the European Tour. Last year Scott Drummond, then world number 435, became the tournament's
50th winner. Continues on BBC2. (5) Videoplus code for 3.00-5.10pm
(non-PDC) TV presentation (rowing) Alan Griffiths
Editor Michael Cole BBCi: digital viewers can access French Open tennis from 10am using the red button The Inside Story: page 64


Presenter: Steve Rider
Presenter: Sue Barker
Rower: Steve Redgrave
Rower: Matthew Pinsent
Rower: Tim Foster
Rower: James Cracknell
Tennis player: Roger Federer
Golfer: Scott Drummond
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Editor: Michael Cole

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