Anne Keothavong had a perfect day on two fronts after following up her selection for the Olympics by beating Laura Pous-Tio to reach the second round of Wimbledon.
Keothavong and Elena Baltacha were both named as British wild-card singles entries for the Olympics.
Just hours after her selection, Keothavong breezed to an incredibly comfortable 6-3 6-3 win over Pous-Tio on Court Three, leaving her delighted.
"There weren't actually any proper tears when I won, but I feel like I could cry because I'm so happy," Keothavong, 28, said.
"The news about the Olympics came through before I went on court.
"It's something I have dreamt about and have worked so hard towards so I am so proud to say I can be representing Great Britain at the Olympics this year."
Keothavong, who can expect to play French Open finalist Sara Errani in round two, had to endure a scrappy opening to her encounter with Pous-Tio today, but looked in excellent form during the second set, breaking her opponent twice with ease.
Despite being the higher-ranked player today, there is always pressure on Britons to perform at their home event and Keothavong was delighted to join Heather Watson, Baltacha, Andy Murray and James Ward in enjoying singles success.
"The win today was good," she added.
"It's a first-round match at Wimbledon so I was a little bit nervous at the start.
"There were quite a few breaks at the start but I felt like I settled into the match well eventually, and I never really felt I was going to lose it."
Keothavong now hopes to get through to the third round for the first time in her career.
"Errani is a French Open finalist so she's going to be a tough opponent," Keothavong said.
"But it's a match where I definitely feel I've got to do things better than I did today if I'm going to have a shot at it."