Leander Paes, Serena Williams and Venus Williams of the Kastles will be going for gold on the grass courts of Wimbledon, having met the qualifications required to receive entry into the London 2012 Olympic Games. New Kastle and French Open women's doubles quarter finalist Anastasia Rodionova is also an Olympic hopeful for her adopted homeland of Australia.

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The two-time WTT MVP Paes already holds the all-time record among Asian athletes with five prior appearances at the Olympics. But before the Indian living legend gets to London, he has business to tend to in Paris.
1996 Olympic singles medalists Leander Paes, Sergi Bruguera and Andre Agassi

Paes and Elena Vesnina defeated No. 1 seeds Max Mirnyi and Liezel Huber 4-6, 7-5, [10-5] on Tuesday to reach the French Open mixed doubles semifinals. Having clinched the career Grand Slam in men's doubles at the 2012 Australian Open, Paes is inching closer to accomplishing the same feat in mixed doubles.
With a semifinal win on Wednesday and a triumph in the final on Thursday, Paes would add the French Open title to his mixed doubles trophies from the Australian Open (2003, 2010), Wimbledon (1999, 2003, 2010) and US Open (2008). He would also become the fourth player in the Open Era (since 1968) to win all four major titles in two doubles disciplines, joining Hall-of-Famers Martina Navratilova, Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde.

One of the only other accolades missing from Paes' extensive resume is an Olympic doubles medal to go with the singles bronze he won at Atlanta in 1996. The identity of Paes' partner in London will be unveiled later this month, with World No. 12 Rohan Bopanna and No. 13 Mahesh Bhupathi among the leading candidates.
While Paes makes a record-setting sixth Olympic appearance, Serena and Venus will seek a share of history all their own. Both of the Williams sisters will have the chance to become the first tennis player in history with four gold medals. They won the women's doubles titles together at Sydney in 2000 and Beijing in 2008, with Venus also claiming the singles gold 12 years ago.

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