NEW YORK -- Serena Williams and Venus Williams will reunite for doubles at the US Open. The 14-time Slam doubles champions have received a wild card into the US Open, which is set to begin Monday. The duo are two-time champions at the US Open and will pair for the first time since 2018 Roland Garros. 

Serena and Venus will face the Czech team of Lucie Hradecka and Linda Noskova in the first round. 

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In addition to their 14 major doubles titles, the last of which came at 2016 Wimbledon, Serena and Venus have teamed to win three Olympic gold medals in doubles, winning in 2000, 2008 and 2012.

They are the most recent team to hold all four major doubles titles at one time with wins at 2009 Wimbledon, 2009 US Open, 2010 Australian Open and 2010 French Open. 

Earlier this month, Serena confirmed the US Open would be her final tournament before evolving away from tennis. In singles, she is set to face Montenegro's Danka Kovinic in the first round Monday night.

Venus will play her first-round match on Tuesday against Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck. 

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The USTA also announced additional doubles wild cards going to the following teams: 

Sophie Chang and Angela Kulikov
Robin Montgomery and CoCo Vandeweghe
Katrina Scott and Elizabeth Mandlik
Peyton Stearns and Ashlyn Krueger
Hailey Baptiste and Whitney Osuigwe
Clervie Ngounoue and Reese Brantmeier

The doubles competition begins on Wednesday, Aug. 31. 

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