Simon Mayo and Clare Balding host coverage of the opening day of the tennis championships, live from the All England Club with A-list interviews, behind-the-scenes news, reports from the outside courts and the latest breaking news stories. Joining Jonathan Overend in the 5 Live team are former champions Michael Stich and Pat Cash , with further expert opinion from former British stars Annabel Croft and Christine Janes , plus in-depth tactical anaylsis from former finalist Frew McMillan. Also, men's training manager Mark Petchey casts his eye over all the British players in action. Today's matches include the men's singles first round, with world champion Roger Federer on Centre Court at 1.00pm. The great summer of sport: page 25
All this week, from the roof of the broadcast centre at Wimbledon, Des Lynam invites guests from the worlds of tennis and entertainment to debate the day's key stories, and previews tomorrow's games, With input both from reporters watching the evening's live action, and from listeners via texts and emails from all over the world.
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