Sue Barker MBE, BBC TV Presenter, Awards Host, Host of A Question of Sport, Tennis player, Tennis commentator, Sue is perhaps the UK's leading sports presenter. As the anchorwoman of the Olympics, Wimbledon and the Grand National on the BBC, her professionalism has won her the love of the nation. A former World No3 in tennis and winner at Roland Garros, Sue is also highly regarded by most current athletes / sportsmen.

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Sue Barker is the UKs leading female sports presenter.She has established herself over the last eight years on the BBC as a key figure in the sports team, fronting such television coverage as The Olympics, Wimbledon and Grandstand. The Wimbledon Final attracts 11 million viewers in the UK whilst the last Olympics attracted nearly 20 million viewers for the final of the 100 meters alone.

Sue is also the host presenter of the ever-popular sports quiz, A Question of Sport. Since her arrival with Ally McCoist and John Parrott five years ago, the programme has grown from less than 4 million viewers to a consistent figure of nearly 10 million.

Many people forget the level to which Sue played professional tennis. In 1976, she was ranked Number 3 in the world and won a Major - The French Open. Sue still maintains close links with the sport socially as well as via her broadcasting career.

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Away from television, Sue is in great demand as a Master of Ceremonies/ host for corporate events and awards ceremonies. Her experience in front of the camera and in interviews brings a professionalism to any event.

Sues bubbly personality and professionalism has endeared her to the British public. BBC research shows that she is popular with both men and women alike.

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