World No.2 Coco Gauff and World No.5 Jessica Pegula have been selected to represent Team USA at the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics. They will be joined by Miami Open Champion Danielle Collins, World No.17 Emma Navarro, and Doubles No.11 Desirae Krawczyk as part of the five-woman squad.

The U.S. Olympic tennis team for Paris 2024 was officially announced, featuring four singles players in both the men’s and women’s draws, two men’s doubles teams, two women’s doubles teams, and a mixed doubles team. Gauff, Pegula, Collins, and Navarro will compete in singles, while Gauff and Pegula, as well as Collins and Krawczyk, will team up for the doubles matches. The mixed doubles pairings will be revealed at a later date.

This will mark the Olympic debut for Gauff, Collins, Navarro, and Krawczyk, who will be joining six ATP Tour players to form the 11-member strong USA squad. The ATP Tour players include Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul, Chris Eubanks, Marcos Giron, Austin Krajicek, and Rajeev Ram.

Each of the selected women brings a unique set of skills and experiences to the team. Gauff, with a career-high PIF WTA Singles Ranking of No.2, has won a total of 7 singles titles and 9 doubles titles on the Hologic WTA Tour. Pegula, currently ranked No.5, has claimed 4 singles titles and 7 doubles titles. Collins, ranked No.7, has secured 4 singles titles and 1 doubles title. Navarro, at No.17, has 1 singles title to her name. Krawczyk, the Doubles No.11, has won 10 doubles titles.

The tennis competition at the Paris Olympics is scheduled to be held from July 27 to August 4 on the clay courts of Roland Garros. The U.S. team will be looking to make a strong showing at the prestigious event, showcasing the talent and skills of its top players on the international stage.