Andy Murray has been selected as part of six-strong Great Britain tennis squad for the upcoming Olympic Games.
The Scot, a two-time winner in men's singles and the current champion, will have another opportunity to strike gold when he competes in Tokyo.
Murray is set to appear at his fourth Olympics having also been part of the squad for Beijing 2008 prior to victories at London 2012 and Rio 2016.
On his inclusion, he said: "The Olympics means a huge amount to me, it’s a massive honour to be able to compete at a fourth Games.
"Leading Team GB out at the Opening Ceremony five years ago in Rio was one of the highlights of my career.
"Going to a second Olympics as defending champion is exciting and I’m looking forward to the challenge."
Murray will also compete in the men's doubles alongside Joe Salisbury, an Olympic debutant and two-time Grand Slam doubles winner - most recently in the French Open mixed event.
Current GB number one Dan Evans is also part of the men's line-up, and is set to compete in both the singles and doubles events this summer.
His partner in the latter will be two-time Grand Slam doubles semi-finalist Neal Skupski who, like Evans, is set to appear at his first Games.
GB's women's representatives are Heather Watson and Johanna Konta, who are appearing at their third and second Olympic Games respectively.
Both players will compete in the women's singles event and team up for the doubles.
Team GB chef de mission Mark England said: “It’s a huge privilege to announce our tennis players for Team GB.
"The calibre of the team gets stronger with every Games and it is great to see a mix of returning and first time Olympians.
"Two-time Olympic champion Andy Murray was our flag bearer in Rio and he continues to lead by example through his commitment to the Olympic Games and Team GB in what will be his fourth Olympics.
"We are also delighted to welcome back Heather and Johanna as returning Olympians, and I am sure they will all pass on the best of their insight to Dan, Joe and Neal."