By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStarz | Jul 31, 2012 12:12 PM EDT
The men and women of Olympic tennis are taking their rackets to the field at Winbledon for a chance to make their country proud and bring home to gold.
David Ferrer of Spain will go head to head with Slovakia's Blaz Kavcic in the men's singles-2nd round and USA's Andy Roddick will compete against Serbian Novak Djokovic.
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Coverage of all the sporting events can be seen live on NBC's official website for the 2012 Olympic Games, where you can also see replays of all the past competitions.
In women's tennis, USA's Venus Williams will be in a match with Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak and later, the Williams sister, Venus and Serena, will compete against Team Germany in the women's doubles-2nd round.
Fellow American tennis athletes for both the men's and women's teams include, Bob Bryan and his brother Mike Bryan, Lisa Raymond, Liezel Huber and Varvara Lepchenko.
Great Britain has the record for the most Olympic tennis medals, 42.5 in total. The U.S. comes in second with 33 medals but with 17 of them being gold, they have more gold medals that Great Britain.
For a complete schedule of all the tennis matches and their players for the 2012 Olympics, click here.
The five tennis competitions on the Olympic program are the men's singles, the women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. All matches are best-of-three sets except for the men's singles and doubles finals, which are set in best-of-fives.
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