“We’re very excited to have a participant like Dinara be part of our staff,” stated Smith. “Dinara has confirmed to be the most effective junior tennis gamers in Russia. She competes on the junior nationwide staff. I imagine she has the qualities to assist strengthen our staff. Throughout her time at Okay-State, we can assist Dinara attain her objectives on and off the court docket. We’re pumped to have her be a part of our Wildcat tennis household!”
A product of Engels, Russia, Alloyarova has acquired quite a few rankings from the Worldwide Tennis Federation (ITF) throughout her time in Asia. Alloyarova has owned a spot as excessive as No. 385 within the World Junior Rankings whereas incomes a place at No. 1188 within the ITF Professional Rankings. The incoming freshman has collected a common tennis score of 10.83 whereas garnering spots within the U16 (No. 11), U18 (No. 33) and girls’s nationwide rankings (No. 98).
A primary-generation faculty scholar, Alloyarova trains out of Ozerov Academy in her dwelling nation and is guided by Svetlana Gasanova and Elena Bryukhovets.
With the assistance of her coaches and trainers, Alloyarova has racked up a number of particular person titles throughout her younger tennis profession, which incorporates taking dwelling the crowns on the 2020 ITF J5 Singles Event and three extra titles in the course of the 2018 season (ITF J5 Singles Baltic Wind Event, ITF J5 Doubles Inexperienced Cup Event and ITF J4 Doubles TZS Cup Event).
Her success has not stopped there, because the Russian standout additionally posted runner-up finishes on the 2020 ITF J3 Singles Event, 2018 ITF J4 Singles TZS Cup Event and 2019 U18 Russian Nationwide Groups Championships.
Alloyarova’s trophy record is capped off with a bronze medal on the 2020 Russian Nationwide Doubles Championship.
Okay-State is now transitioning to its Spring 2021 season after recording 37 singles’ victories over the course of three tournaments this fall marketing campaign.
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