Czech twins Karolina and Kristyna Pliskova are the third sister act through to the main draw at Wimbledon this year after both won their final round qualifying matches in straight sets.
They will join the Williams and Radwanska sisters at SW19 and it marks the first time the 20-year-olds have appeared together in the main draw of a tour event.
For 148th-ranked Kristyna, Wimbledon is a happy hunting ground having won the Girls' Singles there two years ago and winning through qualifying to make her Grand Slam debut there last year.
It will be 118th-ranked Karolina's first Wimbledon after making her Grand Slam debut at last month's French Open, where she lost to Marion Bartoli first up.
"It is my first time in the main draw at Wimbledon. I'm very happy I won this match. The last match is always hard and she was playing very well," the 2010 Australian Open Girls Singles Champion told Wimbledon.com following her 6-4, 6-1 victory over Japan's Yurika Sema.
"Kristyna is playing now so I will go to watch her match."
Minutes later, Kristyna made it two from two for the Pliskovas, also dropping just five games in her straight-sets result against Irena Pavlovic, of France.
In other early final round Ladies Qualifying results, Serbian Vesna Dolonc took out 15th-seeded Russian Valeria Savinykh, French Open junior champion Annika Beck of Germany beat Slovenian Petra Rampre while Slovakian Jana Cepelova defeated Ekaterina Bychkova, of Russia, all in straight sets.