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Latest Bob Bryan Items
When Martin Fourcade won his first Olympic gold this week, the French biathlete got to celebrate in the finish area with the teammate he grew up trying to beat - older brother Simon.
Kei Nishikori of Japan came to Tennessee wanting more matches to help him keep up his strong start to 2014. He's leaving with his fourth career title after successfully defending a championship.
Victoria Azarenka will star for the Philadelphia Freedoms in World Team Tennis.
The "Bryan Bump" returned to the Davis Cup on Saturday.
It was a rally that truly came out of left field.
U.S. captain Jim Courier is impressed by the setting where his team will face a British team highlighted by Wimbledon champion Andy Murray in the first round of the Davis Cup.
John Isner will lead the United States against a British team highlighted by Wimbledon champion Andy Murray in the first round of the Davis Cup at the San Diego Padres' stadium.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray will lead the British squad taking on John Isner and the United States in a first-round Davis Cup match being played on a temporary clay court set up in left field at the San Diego Padres' baseball stadium.
If Bob and Mike Bryan could put any positive spin on their earliest exit from the Australian Open in 11 years, it's that their loss shows how competitive the doubles game has become - and perhaps how wrong John McEnroe was in his assessment of it.