"Tennis has always been a joy of mine and I love each opportunity to share my knowledge of the game with players of all ages and abilities."
Trevor Budewitz joined the Green Bay Tennis Center staff as a teaching instructor in June of 2017. A native of Watertown, Wisconsin, Trevor played high school tennis for Watertown High School from 2009-2013. His collegiate career was played at Concordia University Wisconsin from 2013-17 where he was a four-year member of the men's tennis team. In 2014-15, he was awarded to the all NACC team at the #1 singles position. His senior season he contributed to a 20-7 team record, most all time in the NACC, qualifying them for the NCAA tournament. Before coming to Green Bay Tennis Center, he served as the head coach at Mequon-Thiensville Middle School for four seasons. Trevor was certified by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) in 2016 at the high-performance level. In 2018, he earned his certification from the Professional Pickleball Registry (PPR) and plays at a 4.5 level.