US Olympic Women's Tennis Team 2012: Updated News, Analysis for Americas Squad

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US Olympic Women's Tennis Team 2012: Updated News, Analysis for Americas Squad
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The U.S. will be sending a strong contingent of women's tennis players to the London Olympic Games. 

The team will be led by Serena Williams, who will be looking to win her first gold medal in women's singles. 

Venus Williams, Christina McHale and Varvara Lepchenko will also be representing the U.S. in women's singles, and all will be looking to succeed while the world watches. 

The world's top-ranked women's doubles team, Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond, will be among the favorites to claim gold in that event. Their biggest threat may come from the Williams sisters, who may have one more strong doubles run left in them.  

This is also the first time that mixed doubles is part of the Olympic schedule, and it is likely that Serena Williams will play with Bob Bryan in that event. 

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