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Andy and Jamie Murray. We all know Andy Murray is one of the best players on the ATP, when fit of course, while his brother Jamie is brilliant on the doubles scene, unfortunately they rarely team up. Andy has three Grand Slam singles titles while Jamie has won two doubles (with Bruno Soares) and three mixed doubles (two with Martina Hingis and one with Jelena Jankovic) titles.
Bob and Mike Bryan. The Bryan Brothers, identical twin brothers Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, are retired American professional doubles tennis players and the most successful duo of all time. They were born on April 29, 1978, with Mike being the elder by two minutes.
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When it comes to knowing your way around a doubles court, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan are the experts, having won 16 major titles as a team. Now the pair has joined TopCourt to share the fundamentals of doubles success and drills that kept them at the top of the game for more than 20 years. Technique: The Bryan brothers have always been strong around the net, closing it effectively to win key points in crunch matches.
Twin brothers Robert Charles Bryan (Bob) and Michael Carl Bryan (Mike) are American professional tennis players that own the all-time record for professional titles in doubles. Bryan Brothers Honored for Legendary Career at US Open
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On opposite coasts but still on the same wavelength, the identical twins Bob and Mike Bryan, the most successful men’s doubles team in tennis history, are retiring at age 42, effective immediately.
The Bryan brothers edge out the Murrays, despite Andy's success, because of their history-making run in doubles. The identical twins have won 106 doubles titles (an all-time record).
The brothers won the men’s doubles in the 1993 French Open and nothing since then. As a doubles team, they are ranked No. 16 in the world. As singles players, Luke is No. 291, Murphy is No. 1,236.