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terrestrial TV times for David Cup

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Friday 23rd - 12pm - 6pm (BBC 2)

Saturday 24th - 12pm - 1pm (BBC1) and 1.05pm -1.55pm (BBC2)

Sunday 25th - 11.05am - 2pm (BBC2)

Saturday and Sunday look disappointing!
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According to http://www.lta.org.uk/SeeTheAction/TennisOnTV/ there will be plenty of coverage on BBC:


Friday 23 SEPTEMBER
Coverage of the anticipated tie. Winners are assured a place in the World Group
BBC 2, 12 to 6pm

Saturday 24 SEPTEMBER
BBC 2 12-1pm; BBC1 Grandstand 1-4.30pm

Sunday  25 SEPTEMBER
BBC 2 11am-5.15pm
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does anyone know what time the first ruber actually starts because i don't know if i will be home from school in time
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Geneva Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland
Stadium Capacity: 10004
23 September - 25 September 2005
Day 1: 1300hrs (GMT 1100hrs)
Day 2: 1300hrs (GMT 1100hrs)
Day 3: 1200hrs (GMT 1000hrs)
Surface: Clay (Red Clay) - Indoors


That was taken from davis cup website

I'l be there hours before anyway lol
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I looked in the 'Radio Times'

According to them, on Saturday the tennis finishes 1.55pm and then they are covering Ascot racing and on Sunday it finishes at 2pm and then there's the Malaysian Motocycle GP and following that, Ascot.....confirmed on BBB1 and BBC2 websites. I hope this doesn't mean that if we're in the middle of a tight match they will leave the tennis!.... Smile
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Reminds me when the Ashes was on C4 kept going to horse racing !

I hope you all get to see every rubber played as i know how annoying it can be when you look forward to an event and it gets interrupted.
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Friday 23rd - 12pm - 6pm (BBC 2)

Saturday 24th - 12pm - 1pm (BBC1) and 1.05pm -1.55pm (BBC2)

Sunday 25th - 11.05am - 2pm (BBC2)

Saturday and Sunday look disappointing!


For those of us with digital you can access full coverage through the red button. Last time they showed all the matches, even the dead rubber.
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That is good news!

I would guess most of us here probably have FreeView.
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For those of us with digital you can access full coverage through the red button. Last time they showed all the matches, even the dead rubber.


Yes Tally, I really need digital badly!

...and yes, I sound as old as you in the introductions! Thanks, I don't feel so decrepit now!

58 isn't old is it?
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Would that also work for people who have freeview boxes ?
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I'm pretty sure it does considering I was able to choose courts on my Freeview box when watching Wimbledon.
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For those of us with digital you can access full coverage through the red button. Last time they showed all the matches, even the dead rubber.


Yes Tally, I really need digital badly!

...and yes, I sound as old as you in the introductions! Thanks, I don't feel so decrepit now!

58 isn't old is it?


 Brilliant age! The experience of years, but the youthfulness of mind that nobody ever tells you will stay with you long after the mirror tells you everything's drooped. Yes, even you men.... Very Happy  Shock
 I'm a wee bit younger, but not much. Wink

PS, Can you afford Sky's Sports subscription? Because it really is great for tennis. You wont get it on NTL or any other level as it's on a purely Digital platform. But their coverage of TMS is fabulous.


 Evil or Very Mad  Except for Barry Cowan. I haven't got enough words to describe how much I loathe him. He suffers from verbal diarrhoea when commentating, and as a pundit his banality is second to none.

Telling geniuses like Federer and Nadal how they should play is a spectacular own goal by a bloke who hovered around 300 in the world.  Rolling Eyes

Bales and Petch (before he went a-travelling with Andy) are great though, together with Pete Fleming (  :P  love that man )  Embarassed


If you can afford the monthly fee, I highly recommend it.


 Very Happy
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*does a gleeful freeview dance* i knew there was a reason i had that thing..... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

although i have to say tally, that sky sports package sounds like good stuff - if only for the commentators!!
maybe they'll have a sky-enabled tv i can hijack in uni...... :twisted:
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PS, Can you afford Sky's Sports subscription?


Cost is no problem, I just feel It would make me watch more TV and I don't want to go down that road yet.

The best pundits....McEnroe and Becker.....so knowledgable and can see the players point of view. Conners wasn't bad also at Wimbledon. My least favourite commentator is Barry Davies. He should stick to football.
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The best pundits....McEnroe and Becker.....so knowledgable and can see the players point of view. Conners wasn't bad also at Wimbledon.


i agree, both of them are not only very knowledgable but they also bring a certain element of entertainment to commentary, without moving away from all the technical stuff - a very important factor during the long wimbledon rain breaks!!
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