Player Info
Bob and his brother Mike won the Tennis Masters Cup Doubles title, in Houston, Texas. That was their fifth title of the season and their 14th career team title. They are the first all-American team to finish the year No. 1 since Rick leach and Jim Pugh in 1989.

They won the men's doubles titles at the French Open together. That was the Bryans' fourth doubles final in 2003. They won in Barcelona and were runners-up in Memphis and Indian Wells.
 
 
2003 Results
Kroger St. Jude
RdOpponentW/LScore
1Vladimir VoltchkovL3-6, 3-6
The Samsung Open
RdOpponentW/LScore
1Wayne ArthursL6-7 (17-19), 5-7
Miller Lite Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
RdOpponentW/LScore
1Dustin BrownW6-7 (5-7), 6-3, 6-4
2Dusan VemicW6-4, 6-2
QFCyril SaulnierW6-4, 6-3
SFJurgen MelzerL0-6, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7)
Legg Mason Tennis Classic
RdOpponentW/LScore
1Amer DelicW7-6 (7-4), 6-4
2Andy RoddickL6-7 (5-7), 4-6
Tennis Masters Canada
RdOpponentW/LScore
1Lleyton HewittL2-6, 2-6
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Player Info

Height/Weight:
6-4/195
Birthdate:
04/29/1978
Age:
39
Birthplace:
Camarillo, California
Country:
United States
Resides:
Wesley Chapel, Fla.
Plays:
L
Turned Pro:
1998
Tour:
ATP