Delhi Diary: 09/10/2010
Saturday 09 October 2010
2.30pm England in table tennis final
Paul Drinkhall was the hero for England in yesterday's thrilling semi-final victory against India. They now face a strong Singapore team in today's final.
5.30pm Mixed doubles tennis up for grabs
England's Ross Hutchins and Ken Skupski head in to this evening's final after yesterday's come-from-behind upset against the Indian second seeds. They face Australia's Paul Hanley and Peter Luczak.
TV: BBC1 9am-12pm, 2.15-5.20pm / BBC2 12-2.15pm / Highlights: BBC2 6.55-7.55pm Additional coverage: BBCi.
8.30am Cavendish chases success
The Isle of Man's Mark Cavendish seeks Commonwealth gold after a successful season including five Tour de France stage wins. The sprint specialist should benefit from Delhi's flat course.
1.55pm Greene goes for gold
Dai Greene carries Welsh hopes after a raft of 400m hurdles golds in 2010, including at the European Championships in Barcelona, the Continental Cup and the UK and Welsh Championships.
TV: BBC2 10am-5.15pm / Highlights: BBC2 7-8pm / Additional coverage: BBCi.
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