Mike Bryan

Tennis

Mike Bryan
  • 2004
  • 2008
  • 2012
Name: Mike Bryan
Sport: Tennis
Event: Doubles, Mixed Doubles
Height: 6’3”
Current Residence: Wesley Chapel, FL.
College: Stanford University

Olympic Experience:
  • 2012 Olympic Games, gold medal in doubles with Bob Bryan
  • 2008 Olympic Games, bronze in doubles with Bob Bryan (lost to Switzerland's Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka; defeated France's Arnaud Clement and Michael Llodra in bronze-medal match)
  • 2004 Olympic Games, quarterfinals in doubles with Bob Bryan (lost to eventual gold-medal winners Fernando Gonzalez and Nicolas Massu of Chile)
Career Highlights:
  • Finished as No.1 doubles team (with Mike Bryan) in the world in seven of last nine years
  • 2008 Olympic games, bronze in doubles with Bob Bryan (lost to Switzerland's Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka; defeated France's Arnaud Clement and Michael Llodra in bronze-medal match)
  • 2007 Davis Cup, 1st (4-0 in doubles)
  • 2004 Olympic games, quarterfinals in doubles with Bob Bryan (lost to eventual gold-medal winners Fernando Gonzalez and Nicolas Massu of Chile)
  • 13 Grand Slam doubles titles with Bob Bryan
  • Three Grand Slam mixed doubles titles with Lisa Raymond
  • Record 78 ATP World Tour doubles titles with Bob Bryan
  • 20-2 record in Davis Cup play (19-2 record with Bob Bryan, with ranks first all-time in U.S. Davis Cup history
  • 14-2 record in 2002 with four different partners, reaching three finals and winning titles in Long Island (with Mahesh Bhupathi) and Nottingham (with Mark Knowles)
  • Three-time NCAA Champion (1997-team, 1998-team, doubles with Bob Bryan)

Fun Facts:  Mike plays in the Bryan Bros. Band with his brother, Bob and his father, Wayne. He enjoys basketball, playing guitar and drums.

Learn more: 
USA Tennis 



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