United States Tennis Team for the 2012 London Olympics
The United States fielded a strong team for the tennis event at the 2012 London Olympics including former Gold Medalists and Grand Slam champions. The women’s team, which is being coached by American Federation Cup coach and former Olympic Gold Medalist,
On the men’s side, Jay Berger is the coach of a team, which includes Andy Roddick, who is playing in his second Olympics, John Isner, Ryan Harrison, Donald Young and the doubles team of Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, who won a Bronze Medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The second men’s doubles team is comprised of Andy Roddick and John Isner. Former Silver Medalist at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Mardy Fish, decided not to compete in the Olympics this year.
Venus Williams has won the most Olympic medals of any American tennis player with three Gold Medals and is the first American tennis player to compete in four Olympic Games. Since 1988, the Americans have won seventeen Olympic medals in tennis including Ken Flach and Robert Seguso’s Gold Medal in doubles in 1988, Jennifer Capriati’s singles Gold Medal in 1992 and Andre Agassi’s singles Gold Medal in 1996, and are clearly hoping for more this year, especially of the golden colour…