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Bob Bryan biography

Date of birth : 1978-04-29
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Camarillo, California
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2011-04-18
Credited as : Professional Tennis player, ATP Team, ATP Masters Series

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Bob Bryan is an American male professional tennis player. With his twin brother Mike, he has been a World No. 1 doubles player for the last several years. He has won seventeen Grand Slam titles, 10 in men's doubles and seven in mixed doubles. He turned professional in 1998. The Bryan brothers were named ATP Team of the Decade for 2000–2009.

The left-handed side of the second-most successful doubles team in ATP history, Bob Bryan has won 13 major titles, seven in doubles with twin brother Mike Bryan and six in mixed doubles. The Bryans (Bob is the younger twin by two minutes) finished the year as the No. 1-ranked doubles team three straight times from 2005-07. With 54 career titles, they are closing in on the Open era record of 61 set by Australians Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge. The Bryans have won the men’s doubles at the Australian Open three times (2006, 2007, 2009); at the French Open once (2003); at Wimbledon once (2006); and at the U.S. Open twice (2005, 2008). The California-bred brothers are 15-2 in Davis Cup play and clinched the Americans’ victory over Russia in the 2007 Davis Cup final. At Stanford University in 1998, Bob won the NCAA "Triple Crown" with singles, doubles (with Mike) and team titles. The brothers are avid musicians; the Bryan Brothers Band features Bob on bass and keyboard and Mike on drums.

Doubles Titles:

2010: Basel, Beijing, US Open, Cincinnati, Canada, Los Angeles, Madrid, Rome, Houston, Delray Beach, Australian Open
2009: ATP Championships, Beijing , Los Angeles, Houston, Delray Beach, Australian Open, Sydney
2008: US Open, Cincinnati, Rome, Barcelona, Miami
2007: Paris, Basel, Madrid, Washington, Los Angeles, Hamburg, Monte Carlo, Houston, Miami, Las Vegas, Australian Open
2006: Madrid, Canada, Washington, Los Angeles, Wimbledon, Las Vegas, Australian Open
2005: Paris, US Open, Washington, London / Queen's Club, Scottsdale
2004: ATP Championships, Basel, Los Angeles, London / Queen's Club, Acapulco, Memphis, Adelaide
2003: ATP Championships, Cincinnati, Nottingham, Roland Garros, Barcelona
2002: Basel, Canada, Newport, Scottsdale, Acapulco
2001: Los Angeles, Newport, London / Queen's Club, Memphis

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