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Bryans make winning return to Delray Beach
Published Jan 06, 2021
Bob and Mike Bryan retired last summer after 22 years on tour and a whopping 199 titles together. They hoisted their final trophy in Delray Beach last February, and that's exactly where they've picked up their latest hardware.
Competing in the Delray Beach Open ATP Champions event, the 42-year-old twins beat Luke and Murphy Jensen, 6-1, 6-1, on Wednesday.
The Bryans also topped Jessie Levine and Tommy Haas, 6-4, 6-3 on Monday night. The ATP Champions tournament was organized in a team format, and Team Bryans (which also included Wayne Ferreria, Robby Ginnepri, Johan Kriek, Mark Marklein and Mikael Pernfors) topped Team Jensen, 3-2.
ATP main-draw action in Delray begins on Thursday, and will feature a blockbuster night match battle between Sam Querrey and Mackenzie McDonald. It's Querrey's first match since testing positive for COVID-19 in St. Petersburg and ATP breaching protocols.