• 3 Peat: Bryan Brothers Top Legendary ‘Indian Express’ for Victory at Australian Open


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Five total. Three straight. Flat out awesomeness from Oakley’s phenomenal Bob and Mike Bryan, who tallied their 10th major title with a huge victory over Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes (6-3, 6-4) this past weekend at the Australian Open. The dynamic O duo, currently the World No. 1, were throwing down in their sixth Aussie Open final in seven years after finishing as runners up in 2004-2005. But despite their frequent appearances and amazing success, they’re as charged up as ever. “It never gets old,” said Bob, rockin’ his Oakley watch. “Especially to play those two guys, the ‘Indian Express’, who we have tons of respect for. We were jacked up for this match. These two guys are legends. It was an extra special feeling out there on the court playing two guys that dominated the game 10 years ago.”

  • Bryan Brothers Shatter Doubles Tournament Victories Total with Number 62!


    Posted almost 4 years ago by

    Twins Bob and Mike Bryan established a new record for pro tour doubles titles Sunday at the Farmers Classic tournament in Los Angeles, earning the 62nd tournament win of their distinguished career in their 100th final. Their tally includes eight Grand Slam wins, but as recently as last night they were already plotting how to bag more.

  • Oakley's Bryan Brothers Tie Tennis Record of 61 With Madrid Win


    Posted about 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Mike and Bob Bryan won their 61st career doubles title Sunday at the Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open in Spain after defeating Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic, 6-3, 6-4. They now tie Australians Paul Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde, known as the “Woodies,” for the most-ever doubles titles.

Bob and Mike Bryan


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Date of Birth:
April 28, 1978
Camarillo, California
Prince, Adidas and Oakley
Playing in their band

Career Highlights

    • Doubles Winners of All Four Major Grand Slams
    • Wimbledon 2006 Doubles Champions
    • Australian Open 2006 Doubles Champions
    • Australian Open 2007 Doubles Champions
    • Australian Open 2009 Doubles Champions
    • US Open 2005 Doubles Champions
    • US Open 2008 Doubles Champions
    • French Open 2003 Doubles Champions
    • 2012: Gold - Olympic Games - London