Bob and Mike Bryan, the most successful doubles team of all time, played in their final Davis Cup match on Saturday in Honolulu, earning a 6-3, 6-4 win over Uzbekistan’s Sanjar Fayziev and Denis Istomin. The win clinched the tie for the U.S. and advanced them into the Davis Cup Finals round featuring 18 teams in November.

Taylor Fritz and Reilly Opelka in singles gave the U.S. a 2-0 lead on Friday with wins over Fayziev and Istomin.

The Bryans announced prior to the tie that this would be their final time competing in the Davis Cup competition after captain Mardy Fish convinced them to return for one more appearance. The twins end a historic run in U.S. Davis Cup after making their first appearance on the squad in 2003.

“We’re always happy to do our job and we treat these matches like huge Grand Slam matches,” said Mike of Saturday. “To clinch a tie? That felt really good. You don’t get to run around with the flag on court at home very often.”

Bob added, “To leave our Davis Cup career with that memory, it’s awesome.”

The Bryans plan to end their career at the 2020 US Open, contested prior to the November Davis Cup Finals.

“It was great to have them at one more tie,” said U.S. captain Mardy Fish. “They’re an awesome team and I don’t think it could have worked out more perfect to have the guys win yesterday and set them up for a clincher. They’ve been so good at that throughout the years.”

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