Simon Mayo and Clare Balding present second-round action, live from the All England Club in south-west London with celebrity 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 Tony Adamson , Alastair Eykyn , David Law , Russell Fuller , Nick Mullins and John Murray , with further expert punditry from Frew McMillan and former champions Tracy Austin, Michael Stich and Pat Cash.
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. He looks ahead to tomorrow's top matches, with input from reporters who are watching the early evening's live action and from listeners with their texts and emails from all over the world.
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