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Mike Bryan's 100 Titles

Bryan© Getty ImagesMike Bryan is the first player to win 100 titles.

ATP stats and information guru Greg Sharko looks at the numbers behind the stories of the ATP World Tour, examining Mike Bryan's 100 tour-level titles.

Match Report: Bryan's Victory Gives Mike 100 Title

ROAD TO 100 TITLES
Mike Bryan became the first player in the Open Era (since 1968) to win 100 career doubles titles on the ATP World Tour by capturing the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters with brother Bob. It was their 98th title together.  Jimmy Connors won a record 109 singles titles from 1972 to 1989. Here are the players with the most doubles titles:

Player
No. of Titles
100
98
83
83
78
78

YEAR-BY-YEAR TITLES  (all with Bob unless noted)
This is the 13th straight year Mike has won at least five ATP World Tour titles in a season. Here is the year-by-year breakdown to 100 titles:

Year
No.
2014
5
2013
11
2012
7
2011
8
2010
11
2009
7
2008
5
2007
11
2006
7
2005
5
2004 7
 2003 5 (won Long Island w/Mahesh Bhupathi)
 2002  7 (won Nottingham w/Mark Knowles)
 2001  4

800 MATCH WINS CLUB


Player
Wins
1
931
2
890
3
876

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