Rafael Nadal passed Roger Federer this week as the No. 1 player in the world in men's tennis.
When it comes to doubles tandems, though, nobody can seem to pass Gordon Davis and his son, Scott.
Scott Davis, 47, is a Corona del Mar resident. He and his dad, who lives in Encino, are going for their 10th United States Tennis Assn. national senior father-son hardcourt championship this week at the Newport Beach Tennis Club, where Scott is a pro.
They won senior division crowns (fathers ages 60-69) from 2000 to 2003. The past five years, the Davis duo has won in the super senior division (fathers ages 70-79), and they're again the top seeds there this week.
Scott and Gordon Davis open with a round of 16 match Friday at 2 p.m. They could play John Peterson of Newport Beach, who is partnered with his son, Eric, of Lafayette, Calif.