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Men´s Doubles´ world no.1 pair Bryan Brothers move into 2nd round of Wimbledon

Tennis: The 14-time Grand Slam champions are on their course to win all four Grand Slams in a single year
ATP Tennis  28 Jun 2013 - 17:04 / by Talal Dar / reads 1262.
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Tennis: The most successful Men's Doubles pair in the history of the game, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, who are commonly known as Bryan Brothers and The Twins, have reached the 2nd round of the 2013 Wimbledon Tennis Championship as they defeated Andre Sa and Marcelo Demoliner in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-1.

The 14-time Grand Slam champions, who have already won Australian Open and French Open earlier this year, could become first pair in history of the game to win all four grand slams in a calendar year.

With 90 ATP titles to their name, Bryan Brothers gave no chance to their first round opponent in an 83 minute match. They served 4 aces and hit 13 winners as they broke their opponents five times in the match. They faced only one break point in the whole match, which they saved.

Bryan Brothers are looking to win their third Wimbledon title.

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