Venus and Serena Williams Will Compete as a Team for The First Time in Years at the 2016 French Open

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The sisters are headed back to the court!

Talented tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams are teaming up for their first match together in two years.

The sisters are one of four teams of siblings who will compete in the French Open in hopes of making their way to the 2016 Olympics in Rio this coming fall.

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The last time Venus and Serena took to the courts together was in 2014, but with an impressive 13-0 record in Grand Slam doubles finals combined with their proven ability to claim victory in the face of nearly any opponent, fans are confident that the duo will once again come out on top.

Serena first had the public eager with anticipation about seeing she and Venus together at the French Open when she posted this telling photo and caption on her Instagram page two weeks ago.

I spy.... That amazing doubles team.... Hummmm 🤔wonder what that means... Pick your detergent.....

A photo posted by Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) on

Both Venus and Serena are set to make their individual 2016 French Open debuts on Tuesday.

The tournament kicked off on Sunday and will run through June 6. For a look at the full schedule of matches, click HERE.

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