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I'm Jenny, live with all the news you need to know this Thursday.


Andy Murray has been knocked out of Wimbledon.


And a special birthday for these pandas.


First to Wimbledon, and the news that defending


champion, Andy Murray, is out of the tournament.


Ayshah is live in London for us now, with all the latest.


go out at this stage, did


Andy Murray fans would have been gutted yesterday. I was watching the


match, going, "Oh, no!" It was really difficult watching and it


moved in the last two sets, but not to take it away from Sam Querrey,


who played well as well. Here is what Andy had to say after the


match. I was obviously in good enough shape


to give myself a chance to go very deep in the tournament, and,


you know, almost managed Any Slam, I would have taken


that compared, you know, with how I was feeling a few weeks


ago before There is a little glimmer of hope


for Andy, and that is because Novak Djokovic is also out of Wimbledon,


and that means that Andy Murray is still world number one. But let's


have a look at the women now. We have got Jo Konta versus Venus


Williams coming up. This is how the stack up against each other.


Johanna Konta was born in Australia, while Venus Williams was born


Konta is 26 years old, Williams is 37.


Will those extra years slow Williams down?


Johanna Konta is 5' 11", but Venus Williams it has the slight


She has the longer reach and longer legs


Konta has played five championships, but Williams


has more experience with these tournaments, with 19.


Johanna Konta is world number seven, four places


Johanna Konta has never won a Grand Slam, whereas Venus Williams has won


seven grand slams. years old when Venus


first won Wimbledon. But Konta is having the best year


of her life, and Williams Jo is one of the only Brits left in


the competition, so everyone in the UK will be cheering her on. Here are


some of your messages. Good luck, Jo, you


are number one, you When you are serving,


tossed the ball up really high. My prediction is Jo is going to win,


she is ten out of ten. You are the best,


I know you can do it. That is all from me for now, but go


online to see seven amazing fact about Jo Konta and the other British


women in whose footsteps she follows.


It is already happening in the United States, Canada and Japan.


And now, at this care home in South London,


they are opening a nursery, where the children will spend time


with the old people who live there every day as part of the curriculum.


September, it will be the first of the kind in the UK.


So, from singing to sport, there is something


This local nursery already have weekly


visits, and have been getting to know the residents.


We sing and we dance, and play games.


And for most of the residents that go, they have a great time.


As an old person, it is a great joy to


see the new human beings growing and growing slowly


It is hoped this new style of nursery will benefit


young and old, so you never know, the next time your younger brother


or sister starts nursery in future, they could have some new playmates.


Well, do animals celebrate getting older?


Twin panda cubs, Yu Bao and Yu Bei, had their first


Zoo staff and the kids gave the twins a


special birthday cake made out of bamboo, carrots, and apples.


It is fair to say they had a bear-illiant time!


That's all from the teams in Salford and Wimbledon this morning.


Becky is making a scrapbook of her hero in Little Roy next.