|Hometown:||Delray Beach, Fla.|
|High School:||Florida Virtual School|
(Updated June 2016)
2015-16: Finished 21-9 in singles and 20-7 in doubles...strong all season at Ct. 5 for the Seminoles, going 13-5 overall...team-high 9-3 mark in ACC singles...ended the season on a six-match winning streak, including against Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament and Baylor in the NCAA Tournament First Round...a mid-season replacement for an injured Terrell Whitehurst, Gracia stepped in and went 10-2 with Terrance Whitehurst, including an eight-match win steak to end the year...went 8-1 in ACC action and 9-2 on Ct. 3...in doubles, won the Clay Court Invitational at Disney playing with Marco Nunez, winning four matches, including beating the No. 35 team in the country...due to their run at the CCI, Gracia and Nunez ranked No. 14 in the country in doubles entering the spring season.
2014-15: Redshirt freshman finished the year third on the team with 19 singles wins and a 19-15 singles record...played primarily on Ct. 5, where he went 9-6 in the spring...finished 16-8 in doubles play, including a perfect 2-0 in ACC competition and 9-3 in the fall season...started the spring 8-1 in singles, including wins over ranked teams St. John's, Michigan, Texas, and Alabama...led Florin Bragusi of eventual national runner-up Oklahoma in the third set when the match was called, and fell in a third-set tiebreaker against J.C. Aragone of eventual national champion Virginia...rallied from a first set loss against Thomas Weigel of NC State in the ACC Tournament to win 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (3) and help the Seminoles advance to the quarterfinals...both matches in the NCAA Tournament, against Troy and No. 8 Georgia, were unfinished.
2013-14: Redshirt season after year ended early with a foot injury...went 8-4 in singles and 4-3 in doubles before injury.
High School: Five-star, blue chip recruit from TennisRecruiting.net...ranked as high as No. 10 in the country and No. 1 in Florida.
Personal: Born January 30, 1995...son of Jose and Georgina Gracia...majoring in sociology.