Profile and Biography of Mike Bryan, The American Tennis Player

Mike Bryan is a outstanding tennis player from United States.Currently ranking as the worlds Number 1 doubles player for the last several years.You want to know more about Mike Bryan Tennis career, biography and profile then read the full article.

Career of Mike Bryan

Mike Bryan is a player United States of tennis , born 29 April 1978 in Camarillo ( California ). Its outstanding feature is that Mike Bryan has almost never played singles at the professional level (14 games only), but he Creates a strong pair of doubles with twin brother Bob and they have won 75 tournament titles overall, including 11 Grand Slams and three Masters Cup , which is the one of world record. Mike Bryan reached the world No.1 rank for the first time on September 8th 2003.The first significant success in professional tennis suffered in 2001 winning in Memphis . By the end of the year, with his brother won three more tournaments ranking ATP Tour. The biggest tennis achievements include winning the Grand Slam tournaments, French Open 2003 (after the final victory over Kafielnikowem and Haarhuis ), U.S. Open 2005 (in the final with Bjorkman and Mirnym ), Australian Open 2006 (in the finals of Paese and Dammam ), Wimbledon in 2006 ( in the final of Santoro and Zimonjiciem ), Australian Open 2007 (in the final with Bjorkman and Mirnym), U.S. Open 2008 (in the finals of Dlouhým and Paese), Australian Open 2009 (in the finals of Bhupathi and Knowles ), Australian Open 2010 (in final with Nestor and Zimonjiciem), U.S. Open 2010 (in the finals of Bopanna and Qureshi ), Australian Open 2011 (in the finals of Bhupathim and Paese) and Wimbledon in 2011 (in the finals of Lindstedt and Tecau ). .In Davis Cup , they lost only twice to sixteen victories and contributed to the victory of the United States in 2007.
Mike Bryan,

Mike and Bob Bryan won their first tournament at the age of 6 years (in Class 10 and under). They have over a hundred doubles titles together.They were champions of the United States in two categories in 14 years ( 1991 and 1992 ), 16 ( 1994 ) and 18 ( 1995 ).In 1995 , they won the junior tournament in Ojai Valley in California.In 1996 , they were again champions the United States of double junior category 18 years and become the first team in 30 years to be two times. They also won the US Open double junior boys final by beating Italy's Daniele Bracciali and Canadian Jocelyn Robichaud (5-7, 6-3, 6-4). That same year, they get grants for the Stanford University where they played from 1996 to 1998, helping the team win titles NCAA 1997 and 1998.In 1998 , they won the NCAA title in two boys in the final by defeating Kelly Gullett and Robert Lindstedt of Pepperdine. They become the first team of brothers to win this competition since Robert and Tom Falkenberg of USC in 1946. In 1999 , they won the bronze medal in men's doubles at the Pan American Games in Winnipeg ( Canada ) 3 , where they represented the United States for the first time as professionals.

Profile and Biodata of Mike Bryan

Full Name:Michael "Mike" Carl Bryan
Country :United States
Residence: Wesley Chapel, Florida, US
Born: April 29, 1978 in Camarillo, California, US
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Turned pro:1998
Plays: Right-handed (one-handed backhand)
Career prize money: $8,088,476


Career record:5–11
Career titles:0
Highest ranking No.:246 (October 16, 2000)
Grand Slam results
US Open: 1Round (2001)


Career record: 713–231
Career titles: 75
Highest ranking: No. 1 (September 8, 2003)
Current ranking: No. 1
Grand Slam Doubles results
Australian Open : Win (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011)
French Open: Win (2003)
Wimbledon: Win (2006, 2011)
US Open: Win (2005, 2008, 2010)

Other Doubles tournaments

Tour Finals: Win (2003, 2004, 2009)
Olympic Games:Bronze (2008)

Mixed Doubles

Career titles: 2
Grand Slam Mixed Doubles results
Australian Open: N/A
French Open: Win (2003)
Wimbledon: Final (2001, 2008)
US Open: Win (2002)

Medal record

Competitor for USA
Olympic Game

Bronze: Beijing 2008(Doubles)
Pan American Games
Bronze: Winnipeg 1999(Doubles)


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