Ram and Mirnyi come up short in ATP doubles final

Ram and Mirnyi come up s

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November 29, 2009 17:12

 
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Bob and Mike Bryan won the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals to reclaim the year-end No. 1 doubles ranking, beating Max Mirnyi and Andy Ram 7-6 (3), 6-3 in Sunday's final. It is the third time the American brothers have won the tournament and the fifth time they will end the year as the top-ranked doubles team. The twins got the only break of the final to go up 5-3 in the second set and Bob Bryan then served out the match at love. He fell to his knees in celebration before getting up to catch his brother as Mike jumped up into his arms. In the singles final, Nikolay Davydenko was to play Juan Martin del Potro.

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