- height 6-0
- class Junior
- High school Stewarts Melville College
Fall 2009>> Did not compete due to injury.
Spring 2009>> Recorded a 7-6 record against SEC competition and 8-9 overall in singles at the No. 5 slot… Registered a 13-15 over mark in singles play … Teamed with Eric Quigley to earn a 10-12 doubles record, including a 9-12 (4-7 SEC) ledger at No. 2 doubles … Charted his first collegiate singles victory against UNC Wilmington’s Ryan Ybarra 6-1, 6-3 in Lexington (1/24/09) at the No. 3 position … Posted his first collegiate doubles win with Eric Quigley over UNC Wilmington’s Bertei/Ziamtsou 8-1 at No. 1 doubles (1/24/09) … Did not compete in singles play until the 2009 preseason Hawaii/UK Invitational in January … All-SEC Academic Honor Roll.
High School>> At end of 2007, ranked as the No. 2 junior in Great Britain … Reached peak position of No. 30 in the International Tennis Federation rankings in January 2007 … Played in all four 2007 Grand Slam tournament junior events in both singles and doubles … 2007 Australian Open Boys Doubles title holder with partner Harri Heliovarra of Finland … Made the round of 16 at Wimbledon’s Junior Championships … Advanced to the second round of the US Open Junior Tennis Championships … Defeated France’s Jonathan Eysseric, the top-ranked junior in the world at the time, at a tournament in Australia 6-1, 6-2 … In December 2007, selected as one of three finalists for Scotland’s Junior Sportsperson of the Year at the Sunday Mail sports awards ceremony, held in Glasgow … Won 2006 Male Junior Player of the Year awarded at the Tennis Scotland Annual Awards … Trained at the world-renowned Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Bradenton, Fla. … Played rugby and squash in high school.
Personal>> Born Graeme Douglas Andrew Dyce on July 24, 1989 in Edinburgh, Scotland … Parents are Ewen and Linda Dyce … Younger sister Sarah (17).