Along with tenis, bryan bros run their foundation that do welfare for children. its a non profit organization, The Foundation’s mission is to identify and support charities and causes that help at-risk youth survive and thrive. We seek out specific families and children in need, working with them directly to ensure that they have the opportunities they need to succeed. In everything we do, we will promote the ideals of sports, and tennis in particular, to emphasize the values of hard work, dedication and perseverance. The Bryan Bros. Foundation, teaming up for kids.
brothers presented $17,500 in donations to various organizations, including: Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons, Ventura County Junnior Tennis Association, the Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo, and Oaks Christian Tennis Team, CIF DIII Champs. and since they are running their foundation, it has donated money many times for many good will resons, like $75,000 raised for City Impact to help children and families in need in Ventura County, $50,000 Andre Agassi’s Charter School for at rish youth in Las Vegas, and many more and acording to their officical website total of all these are arround $569,657.
Career: Tennis Player
- Played in front of the largest crowd in tennis history (27,200 at the Davis Cup final in Seville, Spain) - 12/04/2004
- Won a record 22 Davis Cup World Group matches for the United States
- Davis Cup Commitment Award
- ATP World Tour Fans' Favorite Team: (2006-2013)
- ITF World Champion: (2003-2013)
The Bryan brothers are twin brothers Robert Charles "Bob" Bryan and Michael Carl "Mike" Bryan. They were born on April 29, 1978, with Mike being the elder by two minutes. Bob and Mike won their first doubles tournament at age 6, in a 10-and-under event Both brothers were awarded full-ride tennis scholarships to Stanford University in fall 1996, and played there through 1998, helping the team to NCAA team title both years. They won the NCAA doubles title in 1998, defeating Kelly Gullet and Robert Lindstedt. They finished the year ranked No. 1 in the collegiate doubles rankings.
2001 was the first really successful season for the Bryans as they captured four titles (Memphis, Queen's Club, Newport, Los Angeles) in five finals, 2003 was a landmark season for the Bryans. They reached their first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros, where they also won their first Grand Slam title. 2007 saw the Bryans win 11 titles.