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Thursday, 13 July, 2000, 15:06 GMT 16:06 UK
Lloyd: An amazing finale
BBC TV commentator John Lloyd looks back at an historic men's singles final.
Sampras shines despite rain
BBC TV commentator, Pam Shriver gives her thoughts on another entertaining Wimbledon.
Words of wisdom from The Brat
Forget Sampras and Williams, for many fans the real star of Wimbledon 2000 was John McEnroe, who produced some commentary gems.
Sue Barker's Golden Moments - No.12
Sue says she was tempted to help Sir Cliff Richard entertain the Centre Court crowd during a rain-break in 1996.
Venus: A star in black America
BBC TV commentator Pam Shriver reviews the Ladies' final and celebrates a new champion.
Sue Barker's Golden Moments - No.11
Sue put food before Jimmy Connors in 1987 - and missed one of the most memorable comebacks ever seen at SW19.
Lloyd: I've changed my mind
BBC TV commentator John Lloyd reviews Venus Williams win and looks ahead to the men's final.
Sue Barker's Golden Moments - No.10
Sue recalls joining the throng of platformed girls making a beeline for a dashing, young Swede by the name of Bjorn Borg.
Lloyd: Rafter-Agassi was a classic
BBC TV commentator John Lloyd looks back at two vastly different men's semi-finals and previews the ladies' final.
Behind the scenes at the BBC
There is more to the BBC at Wimbledon than meets the eye, as Gabrielle Lewis discovers.
Sue Barker's Golden Moments - No.9
Sue recalls Chris Bailey's five-set battle with Goran Ivanisevic in 1993, which almost ended with a British win.
Sibling rivalry poses problems
BBC TV commentator John Lloyd gives his views on Ladies Day and previews the men's semi-finals.
Americans go from strength to strength
With three Americans in the last four, BBC TV commentator Pam Shriver is keenly anticipating Thursday's women's semi-finals.
Sue Barker's Golden Moments - No.8
Sue looks back at Jeff Tarango's infamous outburst in 1995.
No all-American final?
BBC tennis correspondent Iain Carter predicts a Sampras win and an Agassi loss in the men's singles semi-finals.
British tennis fails again
Tim Henman's exit was a huge disappointment for BBC commentator John Lloyd, as he admits in his daily review from Wimbledon.
Sue Barker's golden moments - No. 7
Sue looks back at Aurthur Ashe's win over Jimmy Connors in the 1975 men's singles final.
Parades and parlance
BBC Television commentator Pam Shriver looks ahead to an intriguing second week of matches after a thrilling opening six days.
Sue Barker's golden moments - No. 6
Sue looks back at the 1997 ladies singles final, when tearful loser Jana Novotna found a royal shoulder to cry on.
Mac is back and the fans just love it
John McEnroe arrival on BBC Television's Wimbledon team has rejuvenated its coverage, as Sport Online's Gabrielle Lewis reports.
Ask the experts
The BBC's Wimbledon experts are answering your questions throughout the tournament.
The former French Open champion and Wimbledon semi-finalist is the main presenter of the BBC's TV tennis coverage.
Three-times Wimbledon men's singles champion John McEnroe teams up with the BBC in the commentary box.
The nine times Wimbledon ladies singles champion joins BBC TV's team at the 2000 Championships.
His honest assessments mean the 1987 Men's Singles champion is always worth listening to as a TV summariser.
John Inverdale makes his Wimbledon TV presenting debut alongside Sue Barker at this year's Championships.
TV summariser and former world No 3 Pam Shriver was a Wimbledon semi-finalist in 1981, 1987 and 1988.
TV summariser Peter Fleming formed a formidable doubles partnership with John McEnroe.
TV commentator David Mercer umpired the Wimbledon Men's Singles Final in 1984.
Virginia Wade's 1977 Ladies Singles title remains one of Wimbledon's most memorable triumphs.
TV summariser Mark won 10 singles titles and reached the Davis Cup Final with Great Britain.
The BBC's voice of tennis is one of the sport's most highly respected broadcasters.
TV summariser Chris Bailey is a former Wimbledon junior quarter-finalist and also reached the last eight at Queen's.
TV commentator Bill Threlfall is a five-times winner of the National Veterans Championship.
Former Wimbledon junior champion Annabel Croft gives her expert analysis on Radio 5 Live.
A horse racing specialist, 5 Live reporter Clare Balding also covers a variety of other sports including tennis.
Iain Carter switched from Formula 1 to the Radio 5 Live's tennis fast lane in 1997.
BBC TV summariser Ann Jones is one of the most successful British tennis players ever.
Partnering Bob Hewitt, Radio 5 Live summariser Frew McMillan was a three times Wimbledon doubles champion.
Former French Open champion and Wimbledon finalist Christine Janes is a long-serving BBC Radio summariser.
Wimbledon is just one event in a very busy 2000 for versatile BBC TV commentator Barry Davies.
BBC TV summariser Jo Durie reached a career highest ranking of world No 5 and reached the quarter finals of Wimbledon.
Radio 5 Live summariser Wendy Turnbull enjoyed great success at Wimbledon, including two mixed doubles titles.
Radio 5 Live summariser and former Davis Cup player Mark Petchey spent 10 years on the international circuit.
Radio commentator Chris Bowers has been a regular on the international circuit since 1992.
BBC Radio's golf correspondent is also renowned for his Wimbledon commentaries.
Ian Payne shares the presenting duties for Radio 5 Live at Wimbledon this year.
Jonathan Overend is attending his second Wimbledon Championships as a Radio 5 Live reporter.
Radio 5 Live summariser Debbie Jevans is a former Junior Wimbledon runner-up and was a Wightman Cup regular.
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