- 6' 1
- 180 lbs.
- High School/Other
- San Pedro Nolasco
- Santiago, Chile
2010-11: Returned after missing the entire 2009-10 season with a wrist injury to win 20 matches ... Ranked No. 13 in the Atlantic Region in singles and paired with Will Beck to be ranked No. 55 nationally and fourth in the Atlantic Region ... Won clinching matches against NC State in the ACC Quarterfinals and against No. 32 Vanderbilt in the NCAA First Round ... Member of the 2011 Capital One Academic All-America District III At-Large University Division team ... Named to the ACC Men’s Tennis All-Academic team for the fourth time ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... ACC Academic Honor Roll ... No. 18 Atlantic Region spring preseason singles ranking ... Advanced to the Round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Atlantic Regional ... Fifth- place in Section C flight at the Duke Fab Four Invitational ... Third-place in his singles flight at the UVa Classic.
2009-10: Missed the entire season due to an injured wrist ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2008-09: Received the Skelton Award, which is given to the top Virginia Tech male scholar-athlete ... Member of the 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America District III At-Large University Division team ... Named to the ACC Men’s Tennis All-Academic team for the third-consecutive year ... Received a No. 101 ITA national singles preseason ranking and was ninth in the Mideast Region Preseason Poll ... Advanced to the singles quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Mideast Regional ... Won 14 singles and 18 doubles victories ... ACC Academic Honor Roll
2007-08: Had 12 singles and nine doubles victories ... ITA Scholar Athlete ... Named to both the All-ACC Academic Men’s Tennis Team and to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2006-07: Joined team in spring and posted a 13-9 dual match singles record ... Teamed with Nicolas Delgado de Robles to advance to the NCAA Championships ... Earned a No. 20 national ranking in doubles.
Junior Tennis/High School: One of Chile’s best juniors ... Ranked as high as No. 9 in the COSAT rankings and obtained a No. 93 ITF ranking ... Has played all over the world including Germany, Belgium, England and Italy, as well as South America.
Personal: Born 3/7/88 in Santiago, Chile ... Son of Pedro Graber and Patricia Anguita ... Majoring in industrial systems engineering.