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Imogen and Amelia are identical twins and they are taking on the challenge of competing in the Dwarf Games this summer.
Identical twins Amelia and Imogen are trying to get into Wimbledon, the conventional way - they want to be tennis players. First stop is a quick lesson from Judy Murray - will she show them that tennis and dancing aren't so different? And with doubles champion Jamie Murray as a coach, they are sure to be ready in time - aren't they?
Identical twins Amelia and Imogen are trying to get into Wimbledon. Playing didn't go very well for our cheeky twins, so it's back to the drawing board. This time they want to give umpiring a go so they head to meet wheelchair tennis champion Gordon Reid, who knows how important the role of the umpire is. But will they impress him with their line calls? And after a visit to the set of Grease and a lesson on projection from The Wanted's Tom Parker, surely they'll pass their final umpiring test - won't they?
Identical twins Amelia and Imogen are trying to get into Wimbledon. The twins' brother Riley thinks that being ball girls could be their golden ticket into Wimbledon and meeting Johanna Konta for some fitness training, they think it could be too. But once they get to ball crew boot camp will they realise it's harder than they first thought? And will they finally learn to take direction by going on the set of The Worst Witch in time for their Wimbledon try out?
Identical twins Amelia and Imogen are trying to get into Wimbledon. The twins can eat strawberries and cream but will they be good enough at selling it to thousands of hungry spectators at Wimbledon? Luckily for Amelia and Imogen they have top chef Graham Hornigold to show them how to plate up a dish, and with their favourite YouTube stars, Max and Harvey, helping them sell, they are surely going to work their way into Wimbledon - aren't they?
Identical twins Amelia and Imogen are trying to get into Wimbledon. In this final episode will chatty Imogen and Amelia talk their way into the world's biggest tennis tournament by being commentators? After getting the idea from tennis star Tim Henman, they set off to London Zoo to meet sports presenter Ore Oduba who gives them the low down on how to commentate. With a lot of practice, can our determined pair do it? And will they finally get to enjoy Wimbledon? We hope so!
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