Raahil Chopra
Jun 04, 2011

Must watch on TV: Roland Garros finals, England – Sri Lanka Test match

The IPL ends, but cricket action continues

Must watch on TV: Roland Garros finals, England – Sri Lanka Test match

The Indian Premier League may have come to an end, but cricket fails to take a backseat, with Sri Lanka and England taking on each other in the second Test match of the three match series this weekend.

England will look to build on their tremendous first Test victory and wrap up the series win with a victory at Lord’s.

Catch day one, two and three of the Test match on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Live on STAR Cricket from 15:30 hours onwards.

Along with this, the French Open has reached its climax.

Sania Mirza along with her team mate, Elena Vesnina has made it to the Women’s doubles finals and will take on Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka later today. Coverage for the Open starts at 17:30 hours.

Na Li and Francesca Schiavone will take on each other in the Women’s  singles finals on Saturday. Catch the game Live on STAR Sports from 18:30 hours onwards.

On Sunday, the  Men’s singles final will take place. With Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray, the top four seeds for the tournament in the semi finals, the finals is sure to be an enthralling game. The final will be played on Sunday, at 18:30 hours onwards. All the games from Roland Garros will be shown Live on STAR Sports.

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