Result: Bryan brothers keep USA in Davis Cup tie with Great Britain

USA pairing Bob and Mike Bryan beat Great Britain's Colin Fleming and Dominic Inglot in four sets in their Davis Cup tie in San Diego.

USA have reduced Great Britain's lead in their Davis Cup tie to 2-1 after the pairing of Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan defeated Colin Fleming and Dominic Inglot in four sets.

Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan of the United States celebrate match point and a four set victory against Colin Fleming and Dominic Inglot of Great Britain in their doubles match during day two of the Davis Cup World Group first round between the U.S. and Great © Getty Images

The brothers dropped the third set, but they never looked in danger of losing out to the Great Britain duo and easily ran out 6-2 6-3 3-6 6-1 winners.

Fleming and Inglot made a shaky start to the middle fixture of the five-match tie, and that allowed the world number ones to coast to a two-set lead.

Great Britain broke serve for the first time in the third set to reduce the deficit, but they couldn't maintain their form in the fourth as the US took the tie to the final day.

On Friday, Andy Murray and James Ward had given their side an excellent start on the clay, defeating Donald Young and Sam Querrey respectively in the opening singles' rubbers.

James Ward of Great Britain in action against Dmitry Tursunov of Russia during day three of the Davis Cup match between Great Britain and Russia at the Ricoh Arena on April 7, 2013
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