New Zealand tennis star and French Open doubles champion Michael Venus has confirmed he will team up with American Ryan Harrison for Wimbledon.
Venus, now ranked 15th, and his partner Harrison won the Grand Slam in three sets over fellow unseeded pair Santiago Gonzalez and Donald Young.
There was speculation Harrison would focus on singles for the up coming tournament but the pair have confirmed they will try to continue their winning streak at Wimbledon.
Continuing their partnership will give them a shot at the ATP World Tour in London in November.
Venus and Harrison as a team are ranked fifth in the world - the top eight pairs get to play the ATP.
Venus said playing at London's O2 arena would be a unique and special opportunity.
"Having won the French Open we are now fifth on the race for London, we want to give ourselves the best possible chance to get there."
"It's something we're targeting and we're playing so well as a combination," Venus said.
Venus won more than $500,000 with his victory in Paris. A Wimbledon win would be worth $350,000.