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BBC coverage begins at 11:30am on Monday 27 June on BBC Two, serving up 13 days of the tournament’s unmissable action. Sue Barker will bring viewers the action from the BBC’s studio in the grounds of Wimbledon, with its iconic view of the All England Club.
Lleyton Hewitt, who has been given a wildcard to play the mens doubles tournament, joins the BBC TV team with Jim Courier and former British No. 1 Annabel Croft:
It’s an honour to join the BBC team this year – I won my second major championship singles title at Wimbledon, and have so many great memories from the tournament, so it’s going to be really exciting to be covering the action!
He joins an expert field of Wimbledon regulars, including: Martina Navratilova, Virginia Wade, Tracy Austin, Lindsay Davenport, John McEnroe, Pat Cash and Tim Henman.
Clare Balding will present the staple highlights programme Today At Wimbledon, alongside two expert guests every day on BBC Two.
Just call me Martina, a special documentary looking back at Martina Navatilova‘s career and featuring exclusive footage and interviews will be broadcast at 10:45 on Monday 4 July.
Check out the trailer for BBC Sport’s Wimbledon 2016 coverage:
Stella Artois‘ latest campaign marks its return as Wimbledon official beer. Taking us back to Victorian London at a time when no one had ever heard of them, the advert playfully shows us that even the biggest legacies have to start somewhere. Just like Wimbledon, Stella Artois started from humble beginnings.
You can learn more about the Stella Artois’ sponsorship of The Championships Wimbledon and ‘The Time Portal’ campaign by visiting: http://wimbledon.stellaartois.com/the-time-portal.
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The Canadian Olympic Committee launched the “Ice In Our Veins” campaign today with the Summer Olympics just 100 days away.
The campaign – which features, amongst others, tennis star Milos Raonic, sprinter Justyn Warner and diver Jennifer Abel – was unveiled on the Canadian team’s digital channels and via athletes’ social media channels.
“We want to inspire Canadians, our athletes, our partners,” said COC chief marketing officer Derek Kent. “We want people to rally behind Team Canada. They work so hard behind the scenes, out of the spotlight in between the Games. It’s time to start telling the athletes’ stories and that’s what this campaign does.”
“I think (the video) is something that will resonate not only throughout Canada, but I think many parts of the world,” said Milos Raonic.
Behind the scenes with Raonic:
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Lacoste announced the signing of a 5-year sponsorship deal with young Korean Hyeon Chung, ranked 71.
Named ATP’s most improved player last year, Chung is part of a group of rising stars including Alex Zverev, Borna Coric and Thanasi Kokkinakis but he is lesser known as he has mainly played on the Challenger tour so far.
A good deal for Lacoste who lost David Goffin (to asics) and John Isner (to Fila) earlier this year. Other Lacoste ambassadors include Dominika Cibulkova, Benoit Paire, Gustavo Kuerten, and Mats Wilander.