The Bryan Brothers, Bob and Mike, made tennis history Saturday winning the 2013 Wimbledon Doubles Championships. The 35 year old identical twins from California now hold all four majors and the Olympics at the same time becoming the first team in the Open-era to do so.
Road to the Title
Final Match Stats
|Bob Bryan (USA)||Marcelo Melo (BRA)|
|Mike Bryan (USA)||Ivan Dodig (CRO)|
|Total points won||115||97|
|1st serves in||70%||69%|
|1st serve pts||82%||70%|
|2nd serve pts||64%||50%|
|Fastest serve||133 MPH||131 MPH|
|Average 1st serve speed||119 MPH||114 MPH|
|Average 2nd serve speed||105 MPH||99 MPH|
|Break points won||67%||67%|
|Receiving points won||36%||23%|
Bob Bryan after the match “We’ve had such a good European season that we wanted to cap it off the right way, and we definitely did.” Mike added “We never dreamed that we would put of this type of career. We got out there and didn’t think we would be nervous … now we can relax.”
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