Chris Bussert and partner Danny Carlson are the nation’s top-ranked doubles team in the United States Tennis Association’s men’s 65 and older division. Chris and his partner’s record: Since they began playing together in January 2020, they have a 27-2 record, have won five national tournaments and were runners-up twice. Individually, they are tied for first in the country.
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