Akram El Sallaly
Akram El Sallaly
Height: 5-9
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Cairo, Egypt
High School: Nefertari American

2018-19 (Junior):
All-WCC Doubles Second Team (with Tadiwa Chinamo)
2X WCC Doubles Team of the Week (with Tadiwa Chinamo)
WCC All-Academic Team Selection
Was the only Tiger to posted a winning record in doubles matches at 10-8. Went 7-7 with his partner Tadiwa Chinamo. The two upset BYU's 32nd ranked duo of Sean Hill and Jeffrey Hsu on March 15, then defeated another nationally-ranked duo in Gonzaga's Sam Feit and Ruadhan O'Sullivan on April 12 when they were 82nd in the nation. Won consecutive matches with Chinamo three times on the season. Went 9-9 in singles play with the majority of his matches coming on court four where he went 7-7. Started the season 6-2 in singles play and won four-straight matches from Jan. 19 to Feb. 10. 

2017-18 (Sophomore):
El Sallaly partnered up with Bernardo Oliveira for doubles most of the season. In the fall, El Sallaly and Oliveira won the Battle in the Bay Tournament in doubles with an 8-7 (6) tie break win over Anders Holm and Nicolas Moreno de Alboran. Akram partnered alongside John Horoz Garner and Ross Watson to go 2-4. With Oliveira, he finished 4-7 in doubles and they grabbed the highest national ranking at #24 for Pacific (2/7/18).  In No. 4 singles, El Sallaly went 4-8 and finished 5-15 overall. El Sallaly earned WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.

2016-17 (Freshman)
Akram proved to be a strong player for Pacific as he competed in 24 of the 25 matches during the 2016-17 season.  In singles play, he finished with a 9-10 record overall and 1-5 in the WCC splitting time between the No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 spots.  In doubles, Akram teamed up with Tadiwa Chinamo for 14 matches and finished with an overall record of 6-8 and a WCC record of 4-4.  The duo received WCC Doubles Team of the Week twice during the season and received All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention honors.

High School:
El Sallaly competed with the Nefertari American International School in high school.  He received high honors while there. Before coming to Pacific, he had three professional singles wins and six doubles wins, with professional points earned in both categories.

Akram is the son of Amr and Hoda.  He has one older brother, Yehia, who earned Magna Cum Laude honors while competing with SLU.  Akram enjoys listening to music and watching movies in his free time.