Copa-uppy challenge
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Keepy-up skills from top stars in Copa-uppy challenge

7 July 2014 Last updated at 14:40 BST

Celebrities showed their keepy-uppy skills with a tennis ball in the Copa-uppy challenge.

To bring a Brazilian flavour to this year's Wimbledon, the challenge was for the stars to play keepy-up - but with a tennis ball.

The former British tennis number one Tim Henman ended top of the leaderboard with a massive 92 kick ups, way ahead of football legends like Clarence Seedorf and Alan Shearer.

Last year's Wimbledon champion Andy Murray came a close second with 78, while tennis commentator Annabel Croft, comedian Alan Davies and presenter Claire Balding were a bit less skilled, scoring just three apiece.

Watch them all in action when they took on the footy challenge.