The "Dream Team"—the 1992 U.S. Olympic basketball team—made their mark in Barcelona, Spain.

Another dream team—one emanating from Spain—will hope to make a similar mark at the upcoming Summer Games in Paris, France.

On Wednesday, Spanish Olympic tennis captain David Ferrer confirmed what many had hoped for: Carlos Alcaraz and Rafael Nadal will be one of Spain's doubles pairings.


On Sunday, Alcaraz, 21, won his first Roland Garros title and third overall major. Nadal, 38, has won 14 Roland Garros titles and 22 overall majors. The Paris Olympics will be contested on clay, at Roland Garros.

The two have never competed together on tour.

More to come on this developing story.