Presented by Eleanor Oldroyd , with a special report on the state of British tennis from Brian Alexander , who has gained unlimited behind-the-scenes access to the swanky new National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. Plus reports from the England and Scotand football camps ahead of their Euro 2008 qualifying matches, a round-up of the French Open tennis results and the latest on England's cricketers as they prepare to take on the West Indies in the Third Test.
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