Mike & Bob Bryan donate memorabilia from 62nd Win

Mike & Bob Bryan donate memorabilia from 62nd Win
Mike and Bob Bryan 

Courtesy: ITHF

In early August, Bob & Mike Bryan set the world record for most doubles wins by a team when they captured their 62nd title in Los Angeles, breaking the record that had been previously set by Hall of Famers Todd Woodbridge & Mark Woodforde. 

The win will be forever marked in history, as the duo has generously donated memorabilia to be displayed at a future date in the Museum at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Visitors to the Museum will be able to celebrate the excitement of the record-breaking win by checking out Bob's apparel from the match, Mike's racquet, and the autographed match point ball. 

The 32-year-old brothers turned pro in 1998 and won their first ATP doubles title in 2001. They've won 3 more titles since LA, including the US Open, bringing their record to 65 titles, including 9 Grand Slams. 
Last season, the remarkable pair won the season-ending championships to clinch the ATP World Tour Doubles Champion title for the fifth time - tying the Woodies' mark for most year-end No. 1 finishes.

The photo above was taken in the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum Gallery at the US Open, which featured a special exhibit on the greatest doubles teams in tennis history, titledTennis Twosomes: Doubles Teams Across the Eras
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