Yea, it's already morning here so it is definitely finished. I think Andre and James beat the Bryans in like a tiebreak set or something.
This was posted on their messageboard, I guess from their trainer:
Hello all, Just wanted to say thanks for all the support and great website....The guys and myself have already started the offseason strength and conditioning program...There is no satisfaction in these guys and look for an incredible year in 06'...All the best!
Also yesterday (Sunday) in Houston, there was a Save Doubles clinic and exhibition. I'm sure that was tons of fun too
Oh here's the thing from the Idaho exhibition with Andre and others.......
The Rock-n-Racquets event, sponsored by Tamarack Resort and a fund raiser for the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation, featured Agassi, Blake, Graf, the world's top-ranked men's doubles team of American twin brothers Mike and Bob Bryan, and the world's top-ranked female junior player, Viktoria Azarenka of Belarus.
Agassi paired with Blake to battle the Bryan brothers in the opening match of the night, a one-set, best-of-eight game affair. Agassi and Blake jumped out to a 3-1 lead, built their lead to 5-3 and led 7-3 after Agassi hammered home an overhead. But the Bryan brothers battled back and cut the lead to 7-6 before Blake served out the match.
The night’s second match featured Agassi playing a mixed doubles match with Graf for the first time ever, and the pairing turned out to be a success. Graf, who retired from the WTA Tour in 1999, looked sharp against the pairing of Mike Bryan and Azarenka. There were no service breaks until Agassi and Graf broke Bryan’s serve in the decisive 10th game to win the match 6-4.