Cheers To A Successful Season
A highly compelling and entertaining season finale at The O2 in London capped what was a thrilling 2014 season on the ATP World Tour doubles circuit. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan added to their growing milestone haul, clinching 10 or more tour-level titles in a single season for the fourth time (2007, ‘10, ‘13), when they won their fourth Barclays ATP World Tour Finals crown (2003-04, ‘09). They qualified for the season finale for a 13th consecutive year.
Perhaps their biggest accomplishment came on home soil in September, when they captured a historic 100th team title with their fifth US Open trophy. They would go on to earn their 900th match victory a month later in Shanghai, where they would also achieve the Career Golden Masters, becoming the first players to win all nine current ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments.
Along with their London, US Open and Shanghai crowns, the duo picked up seven other titles this season, at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments in Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Cincinnati and Paris; and in Delray Beach and Houston. They clinched the year-end No. 1 Emirates ATP Doubles Team Ranking for a record 10th time and for the sixth consecutive season.
On a lighter note, Bob and Mike also demonstrated their exceptional communication skills in winning ATPWorldTour.com's doubles description game. Watch The Bryans Dominate
Courtesy of ATP