The British No. 2 from Guernsey will feature in both the women's singles and doubles, partnering Johanna Konta in the latter event. Any GB mixed doubles pairings are yet to be confirmed.
Iain Bates, LTA Olympic Team Leader, said: 'It’s an exciting day to see both our Olympic and Paralympic teams announced together for the first time ever.
'We are thrilled about the players who have made themselves available for selection to go to Tokyo and head there with a real chance of medal success across various events.
'We also recognise the many challenges everyone has faced over the last 15 months and the amount of work it’s taken behind the scenes to get these Games on. With huge support from the BOA, the team and the LTA, we believe we are well prepared to meet the demands of competing in Tokyo and we are really looking forward to it.'