Daniel Alameh vs Tu Head to Head – In Depth Stats Analysis and Machine Learning AI Prediction
Daniel Alameh Vs Tu: Head to Head Analysis & Machine Learning Prediction
Daniel earned All-Tournament team honors at the West Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Championship, helping Pacific win an undefeated 4-0 sweep and earning All-WCC second team doubles honors alongside partner Marlon Brand. Additionally, Daniel received All-WCC second team doubles recognition.
He earned All-West Coast Conference second team honors with Marlon Brand in doubles play, winning 10 matches to claim All-WCC second team status and four WCC dual matches (beating Nos. 59 San Francisco, No. 74 Portland, Gonzaga University and BYU in singles). Additionally, they reached the semifinals at China’s renowned Zhangjiagang Challenger tournament.
He earned Big West Conference Freshman of the Year honors as well as All-Tournament honors at the WCC Men’s Tennis Championships, while also receiving All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention recognition in singles competition.
Alameh is the son of Professor Kamal and Vivian Alameh from Kogarah in Sydney Australia and majoring in sports medicine at Pacific. In 2013, Alameh made history when he won both singles and doubles titles simultaneously at a Division I tournament.
Achievement and Honors
At the Napa Silverado Resort Invitational, he was victorious in both singles and doubles competition. Specifically, he beat schools such as Oklahoma State, Pepperdine University, and Hawaii in each division he competed.
He earned All-WCC honors in doubles alongside teammate Marlon Brand, winning 10 matches throughout the year together.
The Lions earned the first point in the match by taking both courts two and three, where Luke Bohuslav and Lukas Moenter defeated Miguel Diaz and Lance Ngo 6-3 while Sem Verbeek and Jose Chamba came back from being down 2-4 to defeat Joat Farah and Errol Smith by outwitting them both 6-4.
Alameh played hard against Jackson Bacharach, splitting the first set evenly before pulling ahead in the second to win 6-3 and help Pacific win their match. Alameh celebrated with his teammates afterwards before facing Portland on Thursday at noon in their next WCC contest.