Our Team

Curtis Quandt

Role: Director of Tennis
Serving Since: 2015
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Curtis was born in Stevensville, MD, the son and grandson of tennis players on both sides of his family. Curtis played college tennis at Salisbury University on the eastern shore of Maryland and graduated with a B.A. in Political Science. Shortly after graduating Curtis returned to Salisbury University to serve as the assistant coach of the men’s and women’s teams while completing his Master’s degree in Post-Secondary Education. During his collegiate coaching career Curtis helped coach the women’s tennis team reach a team high ranking of #30 in the country in 2013. In addition to working with collegiate tennis players, Curtis served as a teaching professional for It’s My Racquet in Salisbury, as well as coached Nike Tennis Camp, working a variety of ages and levels including children and adults.

Jonathan Fralick

Role: General Manager
Serving Since: 2015
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Jonathan has spent over 20 years guiding tennis players and facilities developing their skills and business strategies needed to reach their maximum potential. The Peachtree City Tennis Center was named 2015 Member Organization of the Year by USTA Georgia. 

Jonathan has also been a part of 3 award winning facilities the Cary Tennis Park being selected in 2005 as the USTA Facility of the Year, the Ashburn Sports Pavilion being selected in 2013 as a USTA Mid-Atlantic Facility of the Year and in 2014 Ramblewood Tennis Club winning Michigan Facility of the Year.  Jonathan was the tournament director for multiple National, Sectional and State Championships winning the 2009 North Carolina Tournament Director of the Year. 

As a coach, Jonathan has had multiple players win USTA Adult and Junior National Championships.  As the Head Pro of the Cary Tennis Park, the team he built developed one of the most decorated junior programs in the country.  Jonathan has coached numerous students earning tennis scholarships at the Division I level including University of South Carolina, East Carolina University, Elon, and Appalachian State, and multiple schools outside the Southern Region.

In addition, he coached the USTA North Carolina Davis Cup/Fed Cup team, was a USTA Southern Zonal Coach, and the USTA Chicago Boys and Girls 12 Sectional Coach.  Jonathan also served as a USTA Area Training Center Coach.  Recognized for both his technical knowledge and coaching ability, Jonathan was selected by the USTA to be a USTA High Performance Coach and was awarded the 2000 K-Swiss National Pro of the Year. 

The Fralick family consists of his wife Jacki, sons Chase and Cannon and their golden retriever named Tag.  Jacki played tennis collegiately at University of Illinois Chicago and had a brief time playing professional tennis.  

Alex Shusis

Role: Head Tennis Professional
Serving Since: 2015
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Born and raised in Cary, Illinois, Alex is an Illinois State University graduate. He previously worked at Schaumburg Tennis Plus, near Chicago where he was a Junior Coordinator and Head Tennis Professional. He has experience with all levels including ladies teams, juniors and beginners, along with the number one ranked junior in the Midwest.

Alex received the Chicago Tournament Director of the Year in 2017 and has been recognized as one of the top 10U and Junior Coaches in Illinois. Alex has also served as the president of the USPTA for the state of Illinois. He is currently a USPTA Elite professional and a USTA High Performance Coach. He was selected to be the Head Coach for the USTA Illinois Early Development Camps. Alex is also certified as a Tennis Performance Trainer by the International Tennis Performance Association.

Greg Bolitsky

Role: Senior Staff and Junior Development Coordinator.
Serving Since: 2021
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"Originally from Toronto, Canada, Greg was a nationally ranked junior and a member of the All-Canadian Tennis Academy. He attended HSU in Arkansas on a full tennis scholarship. After graduating college, Greg began his career in junior development coaching through Tennis Canada and was a member of their provincial coaching staff at York University. 

In 1990, he was recruited by the renowned Port Washington Tennis Academy and served as their Senior Coach until 1995. While coaching at the PWTA, he was selected by USTA/Eastern to be a USTA National Travel Coach and Senior High Performance Coach at the USTA National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows, NY. 

During his time at the USTA National Tennis Center, he also held the position as a NCAA Division 1 Collegiate Coach as the Head Men’s Tennis Coach at St. John’s University from 1999-2002. 

From 2002-2012, Greg held the position as the Director of Academy Operations and Senior Coach at the ISA Tennis Academy in San Diego, California. 

In 2012, Greg and his family moved back to NYC and was the Director of High Performance at the Centercourt Tennis Academy.  

The prestigious John McEnroe Tennis Academy in NYC recruited Greg in 2015 as their Academy Co-Director and Director of Tournament Travel. During this period of time, Greg travelled and coached some of the top USTA National and ITF juniors on the East Coast such as Noah Rubin and Stefan Kozlov . 

Coaching credentials and affiliations: 

Tennis Canada Level 1 & Level 2 

USPTA  &  USPTR Professional 

USTA Player Development National Coach 

USTA High Performance Coach 

USTA Sports Science 1 & 2"

Becky Grant

Role: Player Pass Coordinator
Serving Since: 2015
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Becky Grant grew up in the Atlanta area. She attended Georgia Southern College and graduated with a BS in Recreation. After college she worked 13 years for Delta Air Lines.

Even though Becky got a late start in tennis she has been an avid supporter of the game. She has played USTA & ALTA tennis and for 7 years was Co-coordinator of the Jr USTA program with Southern Crescent Tennis Association.  She also served on the SCTA board.

Becky has served at the tennis center as Front Desk Supervisor and is now in charge of Membership Services.

Becky has two adult children. Her son Tyler lives in Birmingham, AL and is married to Lindsay. They have two children, Piper and Paton. She also has a daughter, Julie living in Fayetteville, GA.

Jacki Fralick

Role: Staff Professional
Serving Since: 2015
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Jacki Fralick was born and raised in Freeport, IL. She was awarded a full athletic scholarship to the University of Illinois at Chicago and graduated with highest honors with a double major in Business Marketing and Management. She finished her career being a 2 time Scholar Athlete All-American. She was inducted into the UIC Hall of Fame and holds the record for all time doubles victories. While at UIC she compiled both athletic and academic achievements including; MCC Player of the Year, 4 time First Team All-Conference, Captain of women's tennis team her Junior & Senior Years, Deans list, President of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference & Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Alumni Association Student Leadership Award, Chancellor's Student Services Award.

Jacki was the assistant tennis professional at Duck Woods Country Club.

Jacki is married to Jonathan and they have 2 boys, Chase and Cannon.

Greg Farmer

Role: Staff Professional
Serving Since: 2015
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Greg Farmer was born and raised in Indiana.  He has a B.A. in Business Administration from Hanover College. 

Greg has certifications from the PTR and the USPTA along with a specialized certification in Wheelchair Tennis.  Prior to joining our staff, Greg coached juniors and ladies at the Braelinn Country Club.

Greg has played on and captained a multitude of ALTA and USTA teams.  During his adult tennis career he has accumulated 23 USTA local league championships. 

Greg, his wife Laurie and son William have been residents of Peachtree City for over 14 years.  He serves on the Southern Crescent Tennis Association Board of Directors and has a great interest in teaching juniors and creating “lifelong” tennis players.

Rob Collins

Role: Staff Professional
Serving Since: 2015
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Rob has been helping tennis players to improve and enjoy this game for over 35 years. Rob played college tennis for Gainesville State, and later at Samford University.

Rob has held a variety of tennis positions; Director of Tennis at Summit Chase Country Club in Snellville, to Whitewater Creek Country Club in Fayetteville.  Rob has built multiple programs developing players of all abilities and talent levels.

As a coach Rob has had multiple teams win ALTA City Championships and have had a player win an Adult and Senior National Championship.  On the junior side, many of Rob’s students have gone on to play collegiately. 

Rob resides in Peachtree City with his wife Monique, and children; Carol-Anne and Sean.

Erin Maguire

Role: Staff Professional/Speed and Agility Coordinator
Serving Since: 2015
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Erin is a Peachtree City native. She played tennis for Starr’s Mill High School followed by 4 years as a D1 varsity athlete on Western Carolina Universities Tennis Team. She graduated with a dual degree in Sport Management and Marketing. She was selected to the SoCon Spring Academic All-Conference Team, was the Recipient of the Southern Conference Commissioner's Medal, and was named a Scholar-Athlete by the ITA. 

While at Western Carolina, Erin worked as an intern in the Strength and Conditioning department. She is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sport Medicine with a Performance Enhancement Specialization and Speed, Agility, and Quickness specialization. She is also a USPTA Certified Professional tennis coach. 

Jorge Koifman

Role: Staff Professional
Serving Since: 2019
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Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Jorge started playing tennis at the age of 8.  He played competitively in many major tournaments throughout Venezuela, while ranking #11 nationwide. He continued his education and tennis career at the University of North Georgia, where he studied Computer Science. He then got his degree at Columbus State University and has been a part of the Peachtree City Tennis Center since January 2019.