Arthur Daniel

Arthur Daniel (25 January 1841 – 26 January 1869)

Arthur William Trollope Daniel (25 January 1841 – 26 January 1869) was an English all-round sportsman and amateur cricketer, playing first-class cricket from 1861-1869 for various predominantly amateur teams.

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Professional Career

He is co-author of 28 publications in the fields of 2D nanomaterials and biomedical applications, lecturing and participating in international conferences related to these subjects. Additionally, he has served as Principal Investigator (PI) or proposal writer in FCT projects intended to develop new materials for cancer photo/immunotherapy applications or other uses.

He made it to the third qualifying round at the 2014 Australian Open before falling to Thomaz Bellucci and also made his ATP main-draw debut at Valencia Open – losing in straight sets against Lukas Rosol and Jiri Vesely.

He boasts a 1-9 (10%) record against players ranked among the top 10 at the time they met, winning three Challenger titles along the way and currently sitting at number 92 on the rankings list.

Personal Life

Daniel made it to the third qualifying round at the Australian Open but lost to Thomaz Bellucci. Additionally, he competed against Czech Republic in Davis Cup World Group quarterfinals but lost 5 sets against Lukas Rosol and Jiri Vesly.

Daniel made his ATP Final debut at the 2018 Istanbul Open and faced Tunisian Malek Jaziri in the final. Daniel triumphed and won 7-6 6-4 to notch his inaugural title win.

According to Eastern Slavic naming traditions, his given name is Artur Ashotovich Danielian and his family immigrated from Armenia to Russia in 2003. Maria is his younger sister.

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