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Lynsey Hipgrave is a Sport presenter, currently working with BT Sport

She works on the network’s WTA coverage and news show SportsHUB.

Her previous work includes appearing on the Saturday morning show on BBC’s Radio 5 Live with Danny Baker.

In the past Lynsey has presented the BBC’s Champions League coverage alongside Gary Lineker and the WTA Championships on Al Jazeera.

She was the main anchor on Al Jazeera’s coverage of the World Athletics Championships, the US Open Tennis Final, WTA Championships and the Asian Games.

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