Legendary tennis pair Bryan brothers announce retirement

The most successful tennis men’s double pair Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan, have decided to get retired from the game, together. It is noteworthy that they started playing together and now they have also decided to leave the game together.

The 42-year-old identical twins’ tennis players, the Bryan brothers have announced their retirement with immediate effect on Thursday. They have had a career of 30 years in which they had won innumerable matches together. The entry list for the US Open did not have their names on it, which had been released last week.

They have been the most accomplished team ever in the history of the double. They grabbed 119 trophies in 26 seasons which includes all four Grand Slams, Olympic Gold Medal, and all nine ATP Masters 1000s. They ended being ten seasons as the No.1 team and spent a total of 438 weeks at the top. They finish their well-known careers with a 1,108-359 team win-loss record.