So-Cal-based SOLINCO Sports Signs Deal With Bryan Brothers

Southern California-based SOLINCO Sports has announced that it has entered into an endorsement deal for tennis strings with 16-time Grand Slam champions and Olympic gold medalists, Bob and Mike Bryan.

“We are thrilled to have the most successful doubles team of all time, as well as two of the most well-respected and liked players on the ATP Tour, join the SOLINCO family,” said KT Kim, Director of SOLINCO.  “They are true ambassadors of the sport and great champions, and we’re extremely excited to have them continue playing with our strings and now officially represent our brand.”

INDIAN WELLS, CA – MARCH 11: Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan play Nick Kyrgios of Australia and Nenad Zimonjic of Serbia during the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on March 11, 2017 in Indian Wells, California. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

“Bob and I are thrilled to officially be a part of the SOLINCO family,” said Mike Bryan.  “We have been using SOLINCO for the past two years and we love the feel and performance of their strings. Players are very sensitive about theirs strings and we chose SOLINCO out of every other brand as we believe it is the best product out there.”

The Bryan Twins are natives of Camarillo in Ventura County and each year hold their Bryan Bros. Tennis Fest at the Spanish Hills Country Club in Camarillo.

“We were looking for an edge and extra pop on our strokes and the Hyper-G gives us all that with great feel and durability. SOLINCO is one of the leading string brands in the world and it’s a privilege to be part of Team SOLINCO,” said Bob Bryan.

The signing of the Bryan Brothers highlights SOLINCO’s quickly growing presence on the ATP and WTA Tours and commitment to continue developing and producing the highest quality and performance products for the world’s best tennis players.  The Bryan brothers will have SOLINCO’s “O” logo on their strings to represent the brand.

The Bryan Brothers are the most successful doubles team of all time with a record of 112 titles, 16 Grand Slam championships, and winners of Olympic gold at the London Games in 2012.  They join Team SOLINCO alongside Jamie Murray (2016 Australian Open & U.S. Open Doubles Champion), Malek Jaziri (ATP High 47), Jamie Loeb (NCAA Singles Champion / WTA High 152), Noah Rubin (Jr. Wimbledon Champion / ATP High 163) and Alla Kudrysetva (WTA High 56).