Olympic tennis made its debut at the inaugural 1896 Games in Athens but was removed from the program after the 1924 Paris Games. The sport returned in 1968 and 1984 as a demonstration sport, and officially returned to the Olympic program starting at the 1988 Seoul Games.
Serena Williams and Venus Williams are two of the greatest tennis players off all time, each with a record four gold medals.
Wheelchair tennis made its Paralympic debut as a demonstration sport in 1988. It earned medal status in 1992 and has been featured at every Paralympics since.