Play begins Thursday
Nevada Men's Tennis vs. Seattle Men's Tennis at Caughlin Athletic Club on March 14, 2014. All photos credit Jake Ward.
At Nevada: 2013-14 (Freshman cont'd): Allan finished the 2013-14 season with a 7-6 overall singles record, with a 4-4 record in dual play ... Allan had a record setting year in doubles play with partner Victor Ouvrard, as the pair totaled a 21-5 record in doubles, and was 16-3 in dual action ... The 21 victories is a single season doubles record at Nevada ... Along with their six victories last season, Allan and Ouvrard became the most prolific doubles pair at Nevada in men's history with 27 wins ... The duo earned an automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA Championships, a first in Nevada tennis history, but fell in the round of 32 ... Allan earned his first career Mountain West All-Conference doubles honor.2012-13 (Freshman) Allan rocketed off to a hot start in his collegiate career, winning nine straight matches. He finished the season with a 12-9 record in dual play, and a 2-4 mark in conference play. He was 5-5 in doubles action with partner Victor Ouvrard, and 3-1 in conference play. This season, Allan is expected to be an anchor in the back half of the singles line up, with the possibility of moving his way up. "He has huge upside to his game, and has the potential to be top three in our line up this year," head coach Erik Burton said.
Prior to Nevada: Allan has competed in tournaments not only in Australia, but all over the world. His first International Tennis Federation (ITF) win came in 2010 at the age of 16, a Grade 4 in Gosford, New South Wales. He was ranked no. 400 in the world rankings for the ITF.