US Open: Bryan brothers win 100th title, will keep playing

Bob and Mike Bryan won their 100th doubles title on Sunday when they defeated Spain`s Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez for a fifth US Open crown and vowed to keep on playing.

US Open: Bryan brothers win 100th title, will keep playing

New York: Bob and Mike Bryan won their 100th doubles title on Sunday when they defeated Spain`s Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez for a fifth US Open crown and vowed to keep on playing.

The top-seeded American brothers swept to a 6-3, 6-4 win over their 11th-seeded rivals which gave them a 16th Grand Slam title.

The 36-year-old world number one pair were also champions in New York in 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2012.

"To win here is extra-special, but I have to congratulate Marcel and Marc, they are a class act," said Mike Bryan.

"The crowd pulled us through, these fans are rocking."

He added that they will keep playing despite reaching the 100-title landmark.

"We will keep going, we love this game. We will go to Chicago for the Davis Cup against Slovakia. We hope to do well. We`re not stopping any time soon."

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