Bob and Mike Bryan are 31-year-0ld identical twins who make up one of the most successful men's doubles teams in tennis history. With the U.S. Open set to begin in Flushing, Queens in less than a week, it makes sense that the twins would be profiled in The New Yorker and The New York Times.
What is a little odd, though, is that these profiles would both be accompanied by photos of the #1-ranked doubles team in mid-air. The Bryan brothers do often make like a Van Halen song on the court, celebrating success with a jumping chest bump, but one wonders if now the team's default response to an open lens will be a mid-air collision.
(It appears that the photographer for The New Yorker was barely through the door of the Bryan home before the twins started chest-bumping).