Top 4 best Men’s doubles players in tennis

Top 4 best Men’s doubles players in tennis
Top 4 best Men’s doubles players in tennis

When it comes to build an individual star in tennis, singles players have more chance to become famous and to achieve more. but only true tennis fans pay attention to everything.

Doubles players are also quite famous some players made their name in both singles and doubles. Today we will see top 4 best Men’s doubles players in tennis.

4. John McEnroe

john mcenroe
john mcenroe

American tennis legend John McEnroe is one of the most popular names in tennis history. He made his name in both singles and doubles with his all-round performance. McEnroe has 9 men’s doubles and 1 mixed double grand slam title. He has a total of 78 career titles in doubles. McEnroe was the only player who became successful in both singles and doubles.

3. Todd Woodbridge

Todd Woodbridge
Todd Woodbridge

Todd Woodbridge is one of the most decorated players in doubles history. He has 16 men’s doubles and 6 mixed doubles grand slam titles. He also has a total of 83 career titles in doubles. Woodbridge has also played semi finals of Wimbledon championship in 1997. Gold medal of 1996 Olympics was also after his name. Mark Woodforde and Jonas Bjorkman were some of his famous double’s partners.

2. Bob Bryan

Bob Bryan
Bob Bryan

Bob Bryan with his brother Mike was one of the best pair in tennis history. Bob Bryan has 16 men’s doubles and 7 mixed doubles grand slam titles. He also has a total of 119 career titles in doubles. Due to hip injury Bryan is not that efficient which he was. He somehow lost his rhythm after the incident. Best part in the game of both the brothers was Bryan was left-handed and Mike was right-handed which gives them the advantage to cover almost the full court.

1. Mike Bryan

Mike Bryan
Mike Bryan

It is very difficult to choose the best doubles players between both Bryan brothers but due to the fact that Mike Bryan has a more successful career he is at No.1 in our list. Mike Bryan has 18 men’s doubles and 4 mixed doubles grand slam titles. He also has a total of 124 career titles in doubles. Mike Bryan holds the record for being the No.1 for the greatest number of weeks that is 506 weeks. Mike is almost same to his brother but his partnership with Jack Sock puts him one step ahead of his brother.

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