Lleyton Hewitt is working hard during his post-retirement life. He has not only started to cover the role of Australian Davis Cup Team captain since February, but he will also have a role as tennis commentator on TV Too.
For the first time in his life, former world number one will work with BBC during Wimbledon. Hewitt will be analyzing the match played during the two weeks of one of the biggest tennis tournament that takes place from 27 June to July 10.
The team will also include Annabel Croft and Jim Courier, who will work with BBC for the first time as well. They will appear on TV at 8:30 PM during 'Today at Wimbledon' program presented by Clare Balding.
Hewitt is not the first player recently retired who will work with BBC: Andy Roddick did it last year just during Wimbledon. The Australian former tennis player will surely bring quality to the BBC Team, as he won at Church Road in 2002.
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