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Wimbledon 2005


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Live coverage continues on day four of the tournament from south-west London.
On this day last year
Roger Federer continued the forthright defence of his singles title by demolishing Alejandro Falla in straight sets, while Greg Rusedski managed to prevail in a tough first-round match against Italy's Davide Sanguinetti. Meanwhile Martina Navratilova made her last appearance in a Wimbledon singles match, losing her second-round game against the Argentinian Gisela Dulko.
Presented by Sue Barker , with John Alexander , Boris Becker , Mark Cox , Hazel Irvine,
Jimmy Connors , John McEnroe , Michael Stich and Virginia Wade among the commentators. BBCi: digital viewers press red to view other oourts/informatton www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon The great summer of sport: page 25 Why we love ... referee Alan Mills : P71 Get set for tennis offers: page


Unknown: Roger Federer
Unknown: Alejandro Falla
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Davide Sanguinetti.
Unknown: Martina Navratilova
Unknown: Gisela Dulko.
Presented By: Sue Barker
Unknown: John Alexander
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Jimmy Connors
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Michael Stich
Unknown: Virginia Wade
Unknown: Alan Mills

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