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Tennis - Davis Cup and Snooker

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11.50, 3.25 Tennis - Davis Cup
Great Britain take on Sweden in live coverage from Birmingham's National Indoor Arena of the opening-day singles matches in this World Group first-round tie. Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski are likely to face a team that includes Jonas Bjorkman, who defeated Henman last month at the Australian Open, and Thomas Johansson, who, in turn, defeated his countryman to reach the semi-final stage. Presented by Sue Barker. Coverage continues on BBC1.
2.10 Snooker
Live coverage of the third quarter-final at this year's Masters. At this stage, the difference between winning and losing is £15,500. Hosted by Ray Stubbs, with analysis from ex-world champions Steve Davis and John Parrott.

Contributors

Player (Tennis): Tim Henman
Player (Tennis): Greg Rusedski
Player (Tennis): Jonas Bjorkman
Player (Tennis): Thomas Johansson
Presenter (Tennis): Sue Barker
Host (Snooker): Ray Stubbs
Analyst (Snooker): Steve Davis
Analyst (Snooker): John Parrott
Editor (Snooker): Paul Davies

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Tennis - Davis Cup and Snooker

BBC Two England, 8 February 2002 11.50






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