Bob and Mike Bryan played Grand Slam for the first time in 1995
Both brothers finished first for 438 weeks and finished the season 10 times in first place.
Dainik BhaskarNov 14, 2019, 12:14 PM IST Sports Desk. America's Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan will retire from tennis next year. The announcement was made on Wednesday by Brian Brothers, one of the finest pairs in tennis history in doubles. The 41-year-old twin brothers said in their statement that they will retire after taking part in the US Open next year. He played the first Grand Slam tournament in 1995 at the same championship. Both brothers have won a record 118 tournaments so far. These include 16 Grand Slams. He also won a gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics.
Bob Bryan said, "We decided to relax our minds. It has been a great journey. We want to end this journey with being healthy. We can still play to win the title. ”The brothers first became number one in doubles in 2003. Both ranked first for 438 weeks. He finished the season 10 times in first place.
We dedicate 2020 to all those who have shared this journey with us. Whether you root for us or against us, we are grateful for your passion in the sport that has given us so much. We believed always do our best to return this love. Thank you for letting us live out our dream. 🙏❤️ pic.twitter.com/OmsFarDHJz
– Bob Bryan (@Bryanbros) November 14, 2019
16 Majors118 Titles438 Weeks at No. 1It doesn't get better than this.It doesn't get better than the Bryan Brothers.ONE. MORE. YEAR. @ BryanBrothers | @BryanBros pic.twitter.com/h5sLiVgoIJ
– Tennis Channel (@TennisChannel) November 13, 2019