Before Serena and Venus Williams, there was Margaret and Matilda Roumania Peters. Margaret and Matilda Roumania Peters known as “Pete and Re-Pete”, dominated the courts in the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s under the ATA, a league formed to give African-Americans a chance to play compete on a national level. The Peters sisters won 14 double championships, a record that still remains. The USTA, an organization that denied African-American a chance to compete during the Peters’ sisters career, honored the duo with an achievement award during the Fed Cup quarterfinals in DC. They were also inducted into the USTA’s Mid-Atlantic Section Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Black Tennis Hall of Fame in 2012. Sadly, Matilda died in 2003 and Margaret the following year. Their legacy lives on.