Tadiwa Chinamo
Tadiwa Chinamo
Height: 5-9
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Harare, Zimbabwe
High School: ISP Mouratoglou Academy

2017-18 (Sophmore):
Chinamo finished the season in doubles competition, 9-6. On No. 2 doubles, Chinamo and partner Oliveira went 4-1, while with Watson, he went 3-3. Chinamo competed in the Napa Valley Classic in September, finishing 2-3. In singles, Chinamo finished 6-11 overall and went 4-5 in No. 2 singles. Chinamo earned All-Tournament Team honors after his play at No. 2 singles in the tournament, defeating LMU’s Lukas Moenter in three sets (4/27).

2016-17 (Freshman)
In his first season, Tadiwa proved to be a reliant player as he competed in all 25 matches for the Tigers.  In singles, he went 11-11 overall and 3-3 in the WCC and split time at the No.1, No.2 and No.3 singles.  He had multiple match winners including the match winning point against the nationally ranked #43 Portland.  He finished the season on a four game win streak.  In doubles, Tadiwa played all but one of his doubles matches at the No 1. spot.  He played with three different partners on the season going 0-1 with Miguel Diaz, 3-3 with Alex Giannini, 6-8 with Akram El Sallaly.  Tadiwa and Akram won WCC Doubles Team of the Week twice during the 2016-17 campaign and recevied All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention honors.

High School:
Before coming to Pacific, Chinamo attended the ISP Mouratoglou Academy in Biot, France.  While there, he reached the semifinals of the French Men's Open.  He also defeated the No. 18-ranked junior player in the world to reach the ITF Grasse, France Future.

Chinamo is a native of Harare, Zimbabwe.