Serena Williams is fresh off a seventh Wimbledon title. AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS
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Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Serena Williams lead a charge for Olympics history from Saturday which will help lift the gloom caused by a raft of pullouts from the Rio tournament. World No. 1 Djokovic can complete the Golden Slam by adding a maiden gold medal to a sweep of the four majors he achieved at the French Open in June.Defending champions Murray and Serena Williams, the injury-hit Rafael Nadal and Venus Williams are all in a position to become the first players to win more than one singles gold since tennis returned to the Games in 1988 .Djokovic has an 11-3 record against Del Potro, although the two have not met for three years.Serena Williams, fresh from a seventh Wimbledon title which took her level with Steffi Graf's Open era record of 22 majors, won her first Olympic singles gold in London and then teamed up with Venus for the doubles title.
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