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USTA Junior Team Tennis Spokespersons--Bob and Mike Bryan
2006 Australian Open Champions to Promote and Support USTA Community Tennis Program

Bob and Mike Bryan, the No. 1 doubles team in the world rankings, have committed to promote grassroots tennis through participation in a marketing and advertising campaign, and by making promotional appearances during the next two years.

The Bryan twins became the most successful team of brothers in the Open era in 2003 when they captured their first Grand Slam doubles title at Roland Garros.  They claimed their 13th team title -- one more than Tim and Tom Gulllikson (also identical twins) -- who previously shared the record with the Bryans for most tournament won by a team of brothers.  They were the bronze medalists at the 1999 Pan Am Games, the 1998 NCAA doubles champions and the 1996 US Open junior boys’ doubles champions.  In 2004, they represented the United States at the Olympic Games in Greece.  In 2005, they won the US Open.
“We grew up playing tennis together as a team,” said Bob Bryan.  “USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a great way to excite young people about the game and to teach them how fun it is to play with a group.”

“Sharing the excitement and social benefits of tennis with others is one of my favorite aspects of the sport,” said Mike Bryan.  “Bob and I are thrilled to lend our support to the USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and the USTA, which does a great job of bringing more young people into the game.”

“USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a wonderful way to introduce young people to the fun, social benefits of tennis,” said Kurt Kamperman, Chief Executive, Community Tennis, USTA.  “The Bryan brothers are wonderful role models on and off the court, and we’re proud to have their support.”

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