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Friday, 14 June, 2002, 08:39 GMT 09:39 UK
Meet the BBC team
Sue Barker and John Inverdale get their hands on the coveted prizes
Barker and Inverdale will be joined by a host of stars
Once again the BBC will give you the best seat outside the Royal Box for this year's Wimbledon championships.

And the coverage on television, radio and online will be more comprehensive than ever before.

Sue Barker and John Inverdale will bring you a plethora of live TV overage and quality highlights during every day of the championships.

And the radio coverage, anchored by Clare Balding, will be almost doubled with Five Live, and its sister digital station Sports Extra broadcasting all day every day.

Sue and John are joined by an unrivalled TV team of former players including some faces which, although new to the commentary box, are familiar to tennis fans throughout the world.

Wimbledon greats Boris Becker and Chris Evert will join in with John McEnroe's quickfire banter.

Sue Barker and John Inverdale with the Wimbledon trophies
Barker and Inverdale will be joined by a host of stars

Also returning to the BBC team for a second year is one of the game's most charismatic and respected figures, Martina Navratilova.

A formidable host of expert commentators, analysts and summarisers provide the soundtrack to one of the summer's greatest sporting events.

John Barrett is joined by former British players John Lloyd, Chris Bailey and Mark Cox, along with ex-Wimbledon champion.

Expert analysis also comes from all-round commentators Barry Davies and David Mercer; four-times Wimbledon doubles champion, Peter Fleming, and veteran broadcaster Bill Threlfall.

Former champions Ann Jones and Virginia Wade will be assessing the women's matches.

Whether you follow the action on the television, on the radio or online, the very best commentary comes from the BBC.

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