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Australian Open Final : Bryans beat. Haase/Sijsling 6-3 6-4

They make it look so easy. A few good exchanges but is was a really disappointing final. Lasted only 53 minutes.

Haase/Sijsling started off well by breaking Bob in the first game. A couple of good lob winners from Haase in that. After that it was a one way street. No real signs of nerves from the Dutch. Bryans were just the much better team.

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Nice result for the twins . Break the record and get their 6th AO

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Very one sided final. The Bryans were alot better in almost every aspect.
Some very bad communication between Haase and Sijsling.
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Can't stand to see this team win matches

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Re: Australian Open Final : Bryans beat. Haase/Sijsling 6-3 6-4

One of the easiest GS finals for the twins. Easier than the scoreline says
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The Bryans? Why, they played really well today. Haase and Sijsling were playing baaaad.
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NID. Bryan twins are the GOATs of doubles Tennis.

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Shamefully, I have to admit I slept through it.

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Shamefully, I have to admit I slept through it.
Are you kidding me? The match started at 13.00!!!!! What the hell did you do last night xD
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GOATwins too good again.

That's their 6th AO and 13th slam. But I really want one more RG title before they start declining.
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The Bryans? Why, they played really well today. Haase and Sijsling were playing baaaad.
They deserve the win, but I hate seeing it if only because the Bryans personify everything that has gone wrong with doubles in the last 10 years.

Modern doubles = all tactics, no skill.
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Very one sided final. The Bryans were alot better in almost every aspect.
Some very bad communication between Haase and Sijsling.
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The Bryans? Why, they played really well today. Haase and Sijsling were playing baaaad.
Not really. The Dutch were not that bad. Bryans were just much better. Sijsling was good on the BH wing today. Haase was lobbing really well(Bob did not even get a chance for his tweener). Both of them were passing reasonably well. That I remember of the miscommunication just happened at a couple of points. Of course one of them was at a break back opportunity at the second set which cost them.

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One of the easiest GS finals for the twins. Easier than the scoreline says
Their last GS final was a lot easier.
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I shouldn't have gone out, lol.

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They deserve the win, but I hate seeing it if only because the Bryans personify everything that has gone wrong with doubles in the last 10 years.

Modern doubles = all tactics, no skill.
There is just so much wrong with this post.

Firstly, no skill in modern doubles! Volleying is not a skill? What about passing? Serve? I can go on. And tactics are not important?

When baseline rallies are becoming more and more popular in doubles tennis, the Bryans personify one of the key aspects of good old doubles tennis. Volleying. Both of them have insanely good reflexes and they volley really well. The are probably the only team that regularly stays at the net(as in both of them at the net at the same time). And this is coming from someone who is not really a Bryans fan.
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^ Took the words right out of my mouth.
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