The Brian brothers retired

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The most successful doubles duo in the history of the ATP said goodbye to professional sports

The legendary Brian brothers announced the end of a brilliant career.

Previously, they planned to finish with professional tennis after the US Open 2020, but the athletes’ plans have changed in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

Note that brothers Mike and Bob Brian performed at the highest level for 25 years. During this time, the Americans won 119 trophies (16 of which at Grand Slam tournaments in tandem plus 2 Michael titles in a duet with Jack Sok). Also, the famous brothers are four-time winners of the ATP Final Tournament and Olympic Champions 2012 and have won 39 Masters.

In total, the Brians spent 438 weeks at the top of the doubles rankings and finished 10 seasons as Tour leaders. In total, 1108 matches have been won in his career.

Recall that in 2018, Bob Brian had a hip replacement. He returned last year and the brothers won tournaments in Delray Beach and Miami.

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