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Friday, 14 June, 2002, 08:58 GMT 09:58 UK
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Nick Mullins

Nick will be part of the BBC Five Live team at Wimbledon.

A well-known rugby fan, Nick will be fully committed to this year's championships - unlike last year when he was scrambling around to find out the latest from the Lions' tour!

An avid Leicester City fan, Nick is married to Five Live presenter Eleanor Oldroyd and they have two children.

Jonathan Overend

An integral part of the Sport on Five team, Arsenal fan Jonathan will probably spend most of Wimbledon talking about his side's Double triumph.

Aside from football and tennis, Jonathan is also a keen boxing fan.

Brad Gilbert

A new addition to this year's team, Brad Gilbert - former coach of the resurgent Andre Agassi will certainly provide more than a little expert anaysis.

Brad was also a highly-ranked player in his day, reaching the top five in the world rankings and also collecting an Olympic medal.

Chris Wilkinson

Chris reached the third round of Wimbledon on four occasions during his career, before his retirement from the game.

Sam Smith

Former British No 1 Sam Smith
Former British No 1 Sam Smith
The former British number one has made the successful transition from the courts to behind the mike.

She has worked for Eurosport as well being part of the Five Live coverage at Roland Garros.

Wendy Turnbull

Brisbane-born Wendy Turnbull began playing tennis at the age of five and developed into one of the quickest players in the women's game.

Among her many tournament successes are back-to-back Wimbledon mixed doubles titles with Britain's John Lloyd in 1983 and 1984, and a share of the ladies doubles championship in 1978

Debbie Jevans

A former British junior hardcourt champion, Junior Wimbledon runner-up and British under-21 doubles title-holder, Debbie Jevans was also a Wightman Cup regular.

A one-time British number five, the Five Live summariser once famously remarked after a heavy defeat by Chris Evert in 1980: "My strengths weren't half as good as her weaknesses!"

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