Marshall with the Bryans at the 2018 Miami Open.
He shares his best stories from the tour and the locker room, including ones about Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, dives into his memories from working with the Bryans and explains what made the twins so good.
"Each point has a certain value and you have to do certain things early in the match in order to get the points later in the match because you have to win the most important points," Marshall says. "So we talk about having a goal, setting up, and the Bryans are so great at figuring stuff out."
Though the Bryans retired last summer, Marshall believes they still had plenty of great tennis left in them (They just won the Delray Beach ATP Champions event last week).
"They're competitive in everything they do, whether it's playing cards, whether it's playing chess, tiddlywinks, whatever," Marshall says. "So that competition, that drive, forces them and points them to keep going forward."
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