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).