Tennis - The British Junior Lawn Tennis Championships - The All England Club, Wimbledon
Identical twins taking part in the championship are Gwen (left) and Evelyn Armstrong, aged 16, from Kilmacolm near Glasgow. Gwen won her match against Miss H. Retter and Evelyn lost to Miss D. Oakley.
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Making history at the Wimbledon championships today were Australian sisters Gail, 21 (left) and Carol Sherriff, 19, from Sydney, before they played each other in a women's singles match. It's said to be the first time since 1884 that sisters have clashed in a Wimbledon singles.
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Harvest mouse Tim tennis balls
'Tim' the harvest mouse in Bristol, finding a new home in one of Wimbledon's discarded tennis balls, which were donated to the the Wildlife Trust in Avon, Glamorgan and Northumberland by the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
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