I dunno, the TMC site says it's from Deuce, maybe it's in the official tourney program too.
Anyway, the boys won a thriller
Bryans Survive Scare to Move into Semis
Bob and Mike Bryan came within a point of losing their Tennis Masters Cup crown before coming back to defeat Leander Paes and Nenad Zimonjic to finish top of the Red Group and deny Wayne Arthurs and Paul Hanley a place in the semifinals.
The two-time defending champions, who clinched the year-end No. 1 spot following the elimination of Jonas Bjorkman and Max Mirnyi, saved a match point at 6-7 in the third set tie-break before winning 7-5, 6-7(5), 7-6(7) in 2 hours, 30 minutes.
With Australian duo Arthurs and Hanley winning their final Round Robin match against Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor 6-3, 6-4 earlier in the day, the Bryans knew they had to win their last group match against Paes and Zimonjic to join their opponents in the semifinals.
They could have made their passage to the last four much easier after leading by a set and 6-5, when they had two match points on Paes' serve. However, the Indian saved those and they went on to force a deciding set after winning the tie-break.
Paes and Zimonjic, who were already assured of their place in the semifinals after winning both of their earlier matches, went up a 3-1 in the third before the Bryans broke straight back and the match went to another tie-break.
Paes and Zimonjic led 4-2 before the Americans hit back, leveling at 5-5. Paes then faced a third match point on his serve but canceled it out with a sublime half-volley pick-up. The Bryans then faced a match point of their own, but Zimonjic failed to make a return and the Americans finally converted their fourth match point to book their place in the semifinals as group leaders, moving above Paes and Zimonjic on head-to-head record.
"It was great tennis, great drama," said Bob. "Hopefully we can do another one of those performances. I think it was a great show. Luckily we were part of it. You know, can't expect anything like that in the semis. Those come around once every couple times a year. If it happens again in the semis, it's another good match, then we'll be happy. This is the entertainment business. We're out here to put on a good show for the fans."
So three teams in that group finished 2-1. I'm not sure how it was figured who won, but perhaps by sets won? the Bryans and Paes/Zimonjic both had 5-3 sets won and then the Bryans beat Paes/Zimonjic so they win the group? With 3 teams finishing with the same win-loss record they couldn't go to h2h first I don't think.
Oh well doesn't matter, the guys are in the semis!