Amanda Fink is the head pro at La Paloma Country Club in Tucson, Arizona. Before moving to Arizona in September 2020, she was the Head Pro at the 2020 USTA San Diego District club of the year, The Santaluz Club in San Diego. Fink has been bringing new groups of people to tennis via the Sip N’ Serve program and has been connecting upcoming professionals through the Elevate committee. On the USPTA side, she has won the pro of the year and star award for her section as well as a U30 national award in 2019. With USTA-related projects, she won the San Diego district pro of the year award in 2016 and an SCTA service award in 2019. Fink was also inducted into the Southern California Jewish Hall of Fame in 2015. She works with players and groups of all ages/levels with an emphasis on personal connections with students and being able to move/keep the fun in larger groups of players.
Amanda played tennis on scholarship for USC from 2005-2009 where she was a three-time All-American and won over 100 matches for her team; she earned a PAC 10 team title, a singles title, and two PAC 10 doubles titles. After graduating with a degree in psychology, Amanda played on the WTA tour for three years. She reached a world ranking high of 269 and 232 in singles and doubles respectively, winning a singles title and three doubles titles.