Raahil Chopra
Jul 23, 2010

Must watch on TV: The German Grand Prix and cricket

The weekend is here again and with it comes some more sporting action. There’s formula 1 and tennis action from Germany, and cricket from England to look forward to for sports fans.

Must watch on TV: The German Grand Prix and cricket

The weekend is here again and with it comes some more sporting action. There’s formula 1 and tennis action from Germany, and cricket from England to look forward to for sports fans.

 
Pakistan seem to have put the disappointment of the first Test match defeat and Shahid Afridi’s 23rd attempt to retire from Test cricket to stage a remarkable come back against Australia at Leeds. After dismissing Australia only for 88 and taking a lead of 170 runs in the first innings, the second Test match seems to be heading for an interesting finish. Catch days three, four and five on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively, live on TEN Sports from 15:20 hours onwards. 
 
For motor racing fans there’s the German Grand Prix. The in-form Force India driver from Germany, Adrian Sutil will look to build on his successful season thus far with a podium in front of his home fans. Sebastian Vettel of the Red Bull team will hope to put his spat with team mate Mark Webber behind him, and look to get the rest of the racing pack behind him on the grid with a race win to rejuvenate his bid for his World Championship.
 
Qualifying is Live on Saturday, from 17:20 hours onwards, the race is Live on Sunday from 17:30 hours onwards Live on STAR Sports. 
 
The action from Germany doesn’t end there as there’s the German ATP open going on in Hamburg. Watch the tournament Live on STAR Sports on Friday from 16:00 hours and Saturday from 20:30 hours. 
 
For Adlanders, there’s Storyboard on CNBC TV 18
 
On Storyboard this week, find out how the BARC's proposed ratings will work and is TAM stands the risk of losing ground. Designers and the “aam aadmi” react to the new Rupee symbol. Also find out why Maruti Suzuki's new campaign is such a hit, why Vaseline is getting the wrong kind of attention and watch a new international compaign on Shots Spot. All this and more is on Storyboard at 08.30 hours and 14:30 hours on Saturday and 11:30 hours on Sunday, on CNBC TV18

 

Source:
Campaign India

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