Tres Davis serves as an Academy Coach as well as the full time traveling coach of ATP professional Ryan Harrison.
Tres has been serving as a coach at ATA since early 2012, and remains part of the all-star coaching staff at ATA while working with Harrison.
Tres was recently the head pro at the Onion Creek Country Club here in Austin, prior to that he was Director of Men’s tennis at Barton Creek Country Club. In addition to this Head Professional experience in the club/service environment, Tres is an amazing tennis player with an awesome playing record. He has accomplished as a player, what many of our players dream about.
Tres was one of the best junior tennis players of his era. He has practically spent his entire life on or around tennis courts. Since his tournament debut at age six, Tres has had an accomplished tennis career. In juniors, Tres was ranked as high as number 1 in both singles and doubles in the U.S., and was a junior doubles finalist twice at the US Open and once at the Australian Open. He and two teammates, Andy Roddick and Robby Ginepri, won the World Junior Davis Cup in 2000. After high school, Tres played for Texas A&M, where he was the Big XII Freshman of the Year in 2000-2001; his team won the Big XII Conference, the Big XII Team Tournament, and made it to the elite eight at the NCAAs.
After playing college tennis, Tres continued his career as a professional player. One of his highlights includes making the Quarterfinals in Men’s Doubles at the U.S. Clay Court Championships in Houston. Another highlight was his playing World Team Tennis for the Delaware Smash and advancing to the playoff rounds.
Tres is the oldest son on ATA’s Head Coach, Doug Davis, and brother to Academy coach Brandon Davis and current Florida State standout and ATA alum Blake Davis.
At his core, Tres is a family man. He and his wife, Paige, are extremely close with his parents Leisa and Doug, and brothers Blake and Brandon.