Bryan brothers aim to reach 100-title mark in 2014

by: Matt Cronin November 13, 2013

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Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan say that topping this year’s season will be difficult. The top-ranked American twins won 11 titles, including three Grand Slams, and now own 93 career titles. They lost in the final of the ATP World Tour Finals to Spain's Fernando Verdasco and David Marrero.

“We'll take a year like this every year,” Mike Bryan said. “I don't know if we're going to better it, but we'd love to be on the same pace as we did this year. You know, we can improve things. We're always finding new things to work on. [But] the game is getting better, as you saw this week [in London]. Five super breakers against the top eight teams. The whole field is kind of catching up to us. We like to keep raising our level as we get older. That's just tweaking a few things. We'll have the hundred‑title mark on the horizon. We'd love to shoot that down next year. Just be a consistent team and try to finish No. 1.”

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