Tennis Management Director
Frank is the USTA Florida Director of Tennis Management and has more than 30 years experience in the tennis industry.
Frank has been serving in the tennis industry for more than 30 years as a United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) professional and facility manager/director to the new position. He most recently served as the director of tennis operations for the five-star BallenIsles Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens.
Travis possesses a strong tennis background with experience at several public tennis and racquet sports facilities.
Travis possesses a strong tennis background with experience at several public tennis and racquet sports facilities. Within his nine months at USTA Florida managed Play Tennis Gainesville, Tressler helped establish adult and junior programming at Tom Petty Park, in addition to his extensive instructional work with junior, adult, adaptive and wheelchair programming at the Joyce Oransky Tennis Center.
A USTA junior competitive player since the age of 7 who entered the top 100 in the Midwest boy’s 18s, Travis was born and raised in Champaign, Ill., where his love of the game was heavily influenced by his family. He landed his first tennis coaching job at the age of 16 in his hometown and eventually helped lead several youth teams to Illinois High School Association sectional title matches and finishes. He went on to attend the University of Alabama where he was a member of the club tennis team and served as team manager for the D1 men’s tennis team.
“I hope to continue introducing new players to the facility, as well as provide a positive experience to returning tennis and pickleball players.”
Originally from Southeastern Kentucky, Alanna moved to Lexington, Kentucky, after graduating high-school to attend Transylvania University. After graduating from Transylvania with a degree in Political…
Originally from Southeastern Kentucky, Alanna moved to Lexington, Kentucky, after graduating high-school to attend Transylvania University. After graduating from Transylvania with a degree in Political Science, she took time to travel, work, and eventually decided to earn her Masters of Science in Safety, Security and Emergency Management. In 2020 she decided to start following her passions, so Alanna also hosts and produces a podcast, and does work as an artist. Alanna has been passionate about tennis since the age of 13, and spent four years on her high-school varsity team. When Alanna is not working, she loves to spend time with her dog, paint, read and enjoy nature.