Strokes of Genius: Federer v Nadal, BBC2, 6.20pm

THE 2008 Wimbledon men’s final featured then five-time champion Roger Federer, already considered one of the game’s greats, and young upstart Rafael Nadal, a 22-year-old clay court specialist. Spaniard Nadal had recently won the French Open for the third time, defeating Federer in the process, but still only a handful of experts thought he had the game to beat his Swiss rival on grass. These two masters of the sport locked horns for four hours and 48 minutes, with Nadal eventually winning the fifth and final set 9-7. To mark the 10th anniversary of that match, this documentary charts what it meant to the sport.

Vienna Summer Night Concert 2018, BBC4, 7pm

KATIE Derham dons her best posh frock for this al fresco concert by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra from the gardens of the Schonbrunn Palace (as featured in 007 epic The Living Daylights). Valery Gergiev conducts proceedings on a night which features an emphasis on Italian music, with pieces by Rossini and Verdi. Plus, acclaimed soprano Anna Netrebko sings arias by Puccini and Gianni Schicchi.

Bake Off: The Professionals, C4, 8pm

LIAM Charles and Tom Allen host the final of the patisserie competition, with the last three remaining teams of bakers pulling out all the stops to impress judges Benoit Blin and Cherish Finden and be crowned as the first champion of the professional series.

The bakers face a nine-hour challenge, in which they must create a lavish banquet display large enough to serve 80 people.