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WIMBLEDON, England – Serena and Venus Williams have been chosen to extend their
unbeaten streak in Olympic doubles when they seek a third gold medal in the
event next month. Cameron Wake Womens Jersey .Andy Roddick and
John Isner were selected for mens doubles on the U.S. team announced on Tuesday.
As expected, the Olympic eligibility of the Williams sisters received final
approval from the International Tennis Federation, and theyll play singles as
well as doubles. Theyve never lost in Olympic doubles competition while taking
the gold together in 2000 and 2008.Venus Williams also won the gold in singles
in 2000, and shes the only three-time gold medallist in U.S. tennis history.
Next month shell become the first American tennis player to compete in four
Olympics.Williams lost in the first round Monday at Wimbledon, which will also
be the site of the Olympic tournament beginning on July 28. She expects to play
both singles and doubles in the games even though she has been slowed in recent
months by an autoimmune disease that causes fatigue. As expected, the U.S. team
includes first-time Olympians Ryan Harrison, Donald Young, Isner, Christina
McHale and Varvara Lepchenko, born in Uzbekistan but who became a U.S. citizen
in September. Twins Bob and Mike Bryan, who won the bronze in 2008, will again
compete in doubles, as will the top-ranked womens doubles team of Liezel Huber
and Lisa Raymond.Two U.S. teams in mixed doubles will be chosen once players are
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