Bryan brothers win only missing Masters title at Indian Wells

by: Matt Cronin | March 17, 2013

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Bob and Mike Bryan win the only Masters title that has eluded them, Indian Wells, with a 6-3, 3-6, 10-6 (match tiebreak) victory over Jerzy Janowicz and Treat Huey. The twins, who completed the Golden Slam (winning the four majors and the Olympic gold medal) last summer, have now won Masters titles at Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Hamburg (when it was a Masters 1000 played outdoors on clay; the tournament has since moved to Shanghai), Canada, Cincinnati, Paris/Bercy, and the ATP World Tour Finals. The Indian Wells title was their record 86th overall.

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