With the footballers in France taking a few days off. the centre court takes centre stage.
John Inverdale and the team bring commentary on the men's quarter-finals. Plus a full roundup of the day's news in News Extra at
7.00 with David McNeil.
The story of how Jamaica made it to the World Cup is not only about football, it's about Caribbean culture.
Curtis Walker has been following their trail through the qualifying rounds and witnessing their unique style of doing things: team trials where offenders on the pitch are judged by their mates, gospel singing and its inspiration, and a manager who learned to speak English by watching gangster movies.
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