Davis Cup: Bryan brothers win doubles to keep US hopes alive

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Davis Cup: Bryan brothers keep US alive

US doubles pairing Bob and Mike Bryan beat Great Britain's Colin Fleming and Dom Inglot 6-2 6-3 3-6 6-1 to keep the USA's Davis Cup hopes alive in San Diego.

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray was rested from the doubles ahead of taking on Sam Querrey on Sunday.

A win for either Murray or James Ward would give Great Britain their first Davis Cup victory over the USA since 1935 and see them progress into the quarter-finals.

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