World number two Rafael Nadal will lead an 11-strong Spanish tennis team at the Olympics in London.
Nadal, who won the French Open on Monday for a record seventh time, will play in both singles and doubles, where he will be accompanied by Marcel Granollers.
As well as Nadal, French Open semi-finalist David Ferrer, world number 11 Nicolas Almagro and Fernando Verdasco, ranked 16th, make up a formidable Spanish quartet.
Ferrer and Feliciano Lopez will be the second doubles pair.
Anabel Medina, Carla Suarez and Maria Jose Martinez will represent Spain in the singles with Medina joined by Arantxa Parra and Martinez playing alongside Nuria Llagostera in the doubles.
The compostion of the mixed doubles will be decided on July 31.
Wimbledon will host the competition which starts on July 28.