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Thursday, 23 May, 2002, 14:38 GMT 15:38 UK
BBC has Roland Garros covered
Jennifer Capriati at Roland Garros
Jennifer Capriati won the French Open last year
With Wimbledon just around the corner BBC Sport has live coverage from the French Open to whet your tennis appetite.

BBC One and Two, along with Radio 5 Live, Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, the World Service and BBC Sport Online will make sure you do not miss a thing.


Television

Sue Barker will be hosting Grandstand on BBC One and BBC Two live from Paris on both weekends of the prestigious tournament.

On Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June Grandstand will have live action, reports, interviews and news from the first week in Paris.

Coverage starts 1430 BST on Saturday and 1645 on Sunday.

John Inverdale will host a special show on BBC Two from 1350 BST for the women's final at Roland Garros on Saturday 8 June.

Live coverage of the men's final is on Sunday 9 June. Programme starts at 1640 BST.


Radio

There will also be regular reports and news updates from France on the radio.

Radio 5 Live will have all the news and interviews with the top seeds and reports from all the big games at Roland Garros.

Iain Carter and Richard Evans will commentate live from the women's final on Saturday 8 June. Frew McMillan and Sam Smith will be providing the expert opinions.

For the men's final Carter and Evans will be commentating with analysis from Smith.

More than four million around the globe are expected to tune in to the World Service for regular updates and live commentary from the latter stages of the tournament.

Digital channel Five Live Sports Extra will be broadcasting exclusive coverage of the quarter-finals and semi-finals (4-7 June).

Iain Carter and Richard Evans will be joined by former GB player Chris Bailey.


Online

And BBC Sport Online will be covering the action from all angles over the next fortnight.

Live clockwatches from all the big games, latest news, views, reports, results and statistics.

Plus visitors to the site will be able to download audio and video from the BBC's TV and radio coverage.

There will be live audio broadcasts of the later stages of the event from Radio 5 Live, plus the chance to see video highlight clips of the weekend action on Saturday and Sundays from 2000BST.

BBC Sport Online's Colin Banks will be reporting from the heart of the action at Roland Garros in his daily diary.

There is also a guide to the seeds and your chance to have your say with Sportstalk.

So, if you are hungry for tennis in Paris in the springtime, BBC Sport have got it covered.

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