- Danny Manlow
Danny Manlow


Somerset, England

High School:
Richard Huish College (H.S.)

Last College:
Wofford College

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 195



Blazer Tennis Team Falls In Boise State Final

UAB wins four of five on spring break road trip


UAB Posts 7-0 Win Over Utah State In Men's Tennis

Blazers improve to 11-3 on season, remain in Boise this weekend


Men's Tennis Team Falls To Vanderbilt, 4-3

UAB sees four-match win streak come to end


Zimmerman In Singles Final At Crimson Tide Invite

Blazer junior won twice on Saturday


Men's Tennis At Crimson Tide Fall Championships

Blazers start three-day event Friday

Transferred to UAB from Wofford College and played his first competition during fall, 2009.

2008-09 (Freshman at Wofford)
Attended Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. ... was one of the top players for the Terriers during the season, compiling a singles dual match record of 13-8 and a doubles mark of 13-10 ... finished with a record of 9-6 in singles at No. 2 position and 4-2 mark at No. 3 ... played No. 1 doubles ... earned All-Freshman Team honors in Southern Conference following spring season.

High School
Member of his high school squad which reached the national semifinals ... team earned the Glanville Cup as then National Schools Champion ... represented Great Britain at the Under 14s versus Sweden, Russia, Denmark and Holland ... one of eight members of the 2007 Somerset County Cup squad ... the Somerset singles champion in singles and doubles in the Under 18s ... won the Under 16s at the 2006 Avenue Lawn Tennis Club's 88th Annual Junior Tournament ... became the first Richard Huish College player to win the South-West tournament in 2006 ... retained the title in 2007 ... won three trophies at the 2004 Somerset County Lawn Championships ... captured the titles at the Under 14 and Under 18 singles and mixed doubles events ... ranked as high as No. 31 in the United Kingdom's Under 18s ... held an ITF Junior world ranking of 707.

Born on August 31, 1990 ... son of Marilyn and Steve Manlow ... majoring in physical education.