Dor Amir
Dor Amir

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Tel Aviv, Israel

Height:
6-1


08/08/2013

NIU Named to ITA's All-Academic Team; Three Huskies on All-Scholar Team

Huskies finished the year with 3.23 cumulative GPA

06/06/2013

Men's Tennis Closes 2013 in ITA's Midwest Regional Poll

NIU joins the regions' elite programs in the poll

05/16/2013

Amir and Cadieux Named Academic All-MAC

It is the first such awards for NIU since 2010

04/30/2013

Three Huskies Garner All-MAC Honors

Amir and Lagerlof named first team, Cadieux second team

04/24/2013

Northern Illinois Set to Host 2013 MAC Men's Tennis Championship

Huskies will open the tournament Friday morning versus No. 1 seed Ball State

Overall singles (2011-12): 21-7 (.750)
Overall singles (2012-13):
26-10 (.722)
Total singles:
47-17 (.734)

Overall doubles (2011-12):
18-11(.621)
Overall doubles (2012-13):
21-10 (.677)
Total doubles:
39-21 (.650)

2013 SPRING:
First team All-Mid American Conference ... All-MAC Tournament Team ... Academic All-Mid American Conference team selection, the first Huskie since 2010 (Javier Bernabe) to accomplish the feat ... Named MAC Player of the Week for Feb. 6 for leading the Huskies to a 3-0 weekend with a 4-1 mark in singles and doubles ... Held a 19-5 spring singles record and a 15-7 mark in doubles ... Capped season with clips of 8-2 at No. 1 and 6-1 at No. 2 ... Was 10-6 at No. 1 doubles with partners Frederic Cadieux and Axel Lagerlof ... Was a perfect 4-0 in singles and doubles in the Mid-American Conference Championship to earn all-tournament honors (April 26-27) ... Won 11-straight singles matches between January 26-March 8 to open the season 11-1 ... Won 13 of his 19 matches in straight-sets ... Finished 2-3 in MAC regular season games ... Played at the No. 3 spot in the MAC Tournament.

2012 FALL:
Finished with a 7-5 mark in singles play and a 5-2 record in doubles with Frederic Cadieux ... Won his flight with doubles partner Frederic Cadieux at the River Forest Collegiate Clay Tournament (Sept. 15-16) ... Finished 1-1 at the Tom Fallon Invitational, defeating Ryan Bandy of Notre Dame, 6-2, 6-3 (Oct. 7) ... Advanced to the Round of 16 in the ITA Midwest Regional at Michigan State (Oct. 19-20) ... Defeated Illinois' Julian Childers, 7-6, 6-4, to open the tournament with a victory (Oct. 19) ... Followed with a round of 32 win over the Spartans Gijs Linders on his home court, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 (Oct. 20) ... Closed regional and fall with a loss to Illinois' Tim Kopinski, 6-4, 6-1 (Oct. 20).

2011-2012:
Did not compete in fall season ... First team All-Mid American Conference selection ... Finished first season with a 21-7 singles clip ... Was also 18-11 with doubles partner Axel Lagerlof ... Six-of seven-losses were in three sets ... Closed the year 2-2 in conference play ... Was a flawless 12-0 at No. 2 ... Earned first-ever MAC Player of the Week honor March 15 following a No. 1 singles and doubles victory against No. 68 Brown (March 10) ... Lost three-set thriller at Wisconsin to end seven match winning streak, 3-6, 6-1, 6- (March 4) ... Won nine-consecutive singles matches March 9-April 7 ... Earned his first career win at No. 4 versus UW-Whitewater Erik Scanlan, 6-1, 6-2 (Jan. 27) ... Lost match in the MAC semifinals at No. 1 to Western Michigan's Nadin Indre, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (9) (April 27) ... Closed regular season with a perfect 6-0, 6-0 win at UIC (April 21).

2010-2011:

Redshirted the season due to NCAA international transfer guidelines.

Prior to NIU: Played junior tennis in Israel where he was ranked in the top three for players under the age of 18...was ranked in the top 200 by the ITF... Youngest Israeli male player to compete in an ATP... has over eight wins over players who are currently ranked in the ATP