Playing their final season on the ATP tour, Bob and Mike Bryan added another impressive feat to their future International Tennis Hall of Fame resume.
For the 20th consecutive season, the American twins captured an ATP team title with their triumph in Delray Beach on Sunday. The 41-year-olds rallied past Luke Bambridge and Ben McLachlan, 3-6, 7-5 [10-5], to retain the crown.
The victory marked the pair's 119th trophy together and sixth in Delray. The Bryans celebrated their first tour-level title in 2001 when they tasted victory in Memphis, and have since gone on to win 16 Grand Slam team titles, an Olympic gold medal and the Davis Cup, among other successes.
On how the two plan on celebrating their latest victory, Bob Bryan said, "Mike's going to meet me at my house. I think we're going to order some Domino's pizza—he's going to eat some gluten tonight. And then we're going to turn on the amps, fire the guitars up, start singing and have a jam session."
Last November, the two announced 2020 would be their final season during a special appearance on Tennis Channel. They reached the third round at the Australian Open to begin their farewell tour and will continue it at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.