TeachAids Ambassadors Bob and Mike Bryan Compete in the US Open
TeachAids is proud to announce that our Ambassadors, Bob and Mike Bryan, will be competing today at US Open! These twins complement each other, not only in personality but in the game. With Mike being right-handed and Bob left, they make a doubles team that is hard to beat. The Bryan brothers have stayed by each other’s side throughout their athletic careers. As children they took turns playing in championship matches so they would not play each other and develop a competitive relationship.
“Tennis is hard, you lose every week unless you are the best player in the world. For this reason, it is very nice to have your best friend at your side. We would have stopped the competition for a long time if there was not this link between us”. -Bob Bryan
While at Stanford, the two of them lead the team to two NCAA team titles and together earned an NCAA doubles title. Bob additionally won an NCAA singles title, completing the “Triple Crown” of collegiate tennis. After going pro in 1998, the duo has won over a hundred ATP tennis titles, including every major doubles title possible from Grand Slams to Masters Tournaments to the Olympic Games. Twenty one years after going pro and over one thousand match wins later, the Bryan brothers continue to be the best doubles team to compete on the world stage.
“They are not just incredible TeachAids ambassadors, but some of the greatest ambassadors the world of tennis has ever known.” -Dick Gould, Stanford Men’s Tennis Coach
TeachAids is so inspired by their dedication to the sport and their dedication to each other. We wish the Bryan brothers the best of luck in the US Open!