Slah Mbarek
Slah Mbarek

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tunis, Tunisia

High School:
Pierre Mendes France

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160

Experience:
3L


CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES

Season

Overall Tourn. Dual #1
#2
#3
#4
#5 #6
2008-09 12-10 -- 12-10 5-6 3-3 4-1 -- -- --
2009-10 14-10 2-3 12-7 2-3 2-1 8-3 -- -- --
2010-2011 10-20 2-5 8-15 -- 2-7 1-5 4-3 1-0 --
Career 36-40 4-8 32-32 7-9 7-11
13-9
4-3 1-0 --

DOUBLES

Season

Overall Tourn. Dual #1
#2
#3
2008-09 16-2 -- 16-2 10-1 6-1 --
2009-10 14-13 4-3 10-10 0-1 9-8 1-1
2010-11 7-11 1-2 6-9 -- 6-9 --
Career 37-26 5-5 32-21 10-2 21-18 1-1

• All-MWC Singles Team (2009)
• All-MWC Doubles Team (2009)
• Academic All-MWC Team (2010)

SPRING 2011 (JUNIOR)
Played through injuries during most of the season, battling to a 8-15 singles record and 6-9 clip in doubles play ... half of his wins came from the No. 4 position, going 4-3 ... ended the season with wins in three of his final four matches ... kicked of the season with a pair of wins in TCU's opening day doubleheader against UT Arlington and UT-Pan American ... earned five doubles wins through the first six matches of the 2011 schedule ... teamed up with Cameron Nash to earn a win over the No. 53 team of Grant Ive and Alastair Barnes at Tulsa ... his six doubles wins came with three different partners in Nash, Soren Goritzka and Zach Nichols.

FALL 2010 (JUNIOR)
Stumbled to a 2-5 singles record and 1-2 doubles mark in three tournaments ... his two singles wins came in back-to-back matches during the HEB Baylor Intercollegiate Invitational, taking down players from New Mexico State and Texas A&M ... partnered up with Daniel Sanchez to take down a doubles squad from Auburn at the same tournament.

SPRING 2010 (SOPHOMORE)
Despite suffering an injury late in the season, still ranked among TCU's leaders in both singles and doubles for the second straight season ... suffered a shoulder injury that forced him out of the lineup for six of the final eight matches ... returned to compete in singles and doubles during TCU's NCAA opening-round loss to No. 16 Ole Miss ... named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week Feb. 24 for the third time in his career ... went 12-7 in singles while playing primarily at the No. 3 position (8-3) ... tied for second on the team in singles victories with Christopher Price ... posted two wins over ranked opponents: Tulsa's Phillip Stephens (No. 115; 6-2, 6-1) and Fresno State's Tejesvi Veerepalli (7-5, 6-2) ... clinched two TCU victories with wins in singles over UT Pan America's Brett Bernstein (0-6, 6-3, 6-3) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Alex Pavlov (6-1, 6-3) ... won six of seven singles matches prior to suffering his injury following the April 8 win over Utah ... debuted at No. 55 in the preseason release of the ITA's national singles rankings ... played his first career matches at No. 1 midway through the season, going 2-3 ... filled the No. 2 doubles spot for most of the spring, playing with partners Cameron Nash and Sören Goritzka ... went 6-5 while playing with Goritzka and 4-3 alongside Nash.

FALL 2009 (SOPHOMORE)
Posted a 2-3 singles record and 4-3 doubles mark in fall tournament competition... played two of his five singles matches against nationally ranked opponents... opened the fall as the No. 55-rated player in the ITA preseason singles rankings... was also ranked No. 44 in doubles with teammate Marius-Adrian Cirstea, althought the pair did not play together during the season... reached the doubles quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships with Emanuel Brighiu after posting two victories... reached the Round of 64 in singles play at the event following an opening-round win.

SPRING 2009 (FRESHMAN)
Named to the All-Mountain West Conference Singles and Doubles teams as a freshman... finished the season appearing in the final ITA national rankings in both singles (No. 93) and doubles (No. 44) following an outstanding freshman campaign... reached high positions of No. 61 in singles and No. 28 in doubles with partner Kriegler Brink... went 12-10 in singles and an amazing 16-2 in doubles while paired with Brink... took over the Frogs' top singles position following an injury to Emanuel Brighiu and helped lead the team to a 7-4 record down the stretch... finished with a team-high five wins at No. 1 singles... also posted a 4-3 record against ranked opponents while tying Brink for the team lead in such wins... won back-to-back Mountain West Conference Player of the Week awards after going 5-1 in singles and 5-1 in doubles in consecutive weeks... provided the clinching point in the Frogs' 4-3 road win over No. 17 Tulsa, while also clinching team victories over UTSA and No. 28 South Florida... the four ranked victories came against Oklahoma's Ionut Beleleu (No. 121; 6-2, 2-6, 6-4), Ole Miss' Devin Britton (No. 40; 6-4, 5-7, 7-6), Duke's Reid Carleton (No. 25; Reid Carleton) and San Diego State's Achim Ceban (No. 125; 3-6, 6-0, 7-5)... won his match at No. 2 singles against Victor Kolik in TCU's NCAA Tournament opening-round loss to Tulsa in straight sets (6-2, 6-2)... posted a 4-1 record against ranked doubles teams while playing with Brink... the pair went 10-1 as the Frogs' top doubles tandem... the duo's top win came over the nation's No. 4 team of Jonas Berg and Bram ten Berge of Ole Miss, 8-3... joined the Frogs at semester after competing on the international tennis scene.

HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS
Joined the Frog program as a highly regarded player on the world junior scene... reached a combined world ITF junior singles ranking as high as No. 95, as well as being ranked as high as No. 1,377 in the men's ATP singles rankings... represented his home country on the international level by playing for Tunisia in the 2007 and 2008 Davis Cup competitions... recruited by several of the top-10 college tennis programs... attended high school at Pierre Mendes France in Tunis.

PERSONAL
Mbarek is the son of Hedi and Fathia Mbarek... has two brothers, Mehdi and Amine... plans to major in business management.


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