The clip interview on tv from Wimbledon (2004)
Good morning. It's Radio 1 at 7:00. I'm Chris Moyles.
So today's the day. It's the big finals.
Peter Colt, what an amazing man. Who would have thought?
I didn't think he was gonna do it. Now, I'm starting to think...
Morning, everyone. BBC London 94.9. And it's here. It is Wimbledon finals day.
I'll try to be detached, I try to be cool, but I'm carried away.
Come on, Colty!
Good luck, Mr. Colt.
Thank you. Thank you very much.
All the best, Mr. Colt.
Thank you. Thanks very much.
Thank you. Thank you so much.
Thank you very much.
An Englishman in the final. Fantastic!
If you could win that cup, sir, we'd all be so proud.
I'll do my best.
And I don't even like tennis.
Yeah, I think I am.
Peter Colt, seen here in his teens,
has already declared this to be his last competitive match.
And what an exit. Only a matter of days ago,
Colt had become no more than a fading blip on the radar of tennis history.
Now he's become the man who...
Not to add the pressure, Peter, but you know the entire United Kingdom is cheering you on today.
Yes. Well, let's hope I don't disappoint them.