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Player - Jack Sock

Jack Sock

Jack Sock

USA | Rank: 23
BirthplaceLincoln, NE, USA
Tournament entry ranking23
Highest singles ranking22 (18 January, 2016)
Year turned pro2011
Height6'3" (190 cm)
Weight185 lbs (84 kg)
YTD wins0
YTD loses0
Career titles1
Career prize money$4,765,205
Jack Sock had his best year yet on tour in 2016 beating four top ten players and winning gold at the Rio Olympics. Currently ranked world no. 23, he is the American number two. The 24-year-old from Nebraska is considered the best hope for American tennis in the coming decade. He started 2016 in Auckland defeating world number seven David Ferrer in the semi-finals before withdrawing from the final against Roberto Bautista Agut due to a virus. A further final’s appearance came in Houston along with two quarter-finals. Sock has also had a lot of doubles success. He is a two time Grand Slam Champion (US Open 2011 and Wimbledon 2014), he captured the Mixed Doubles Gold (partnering Bethanie Mattek-Sands) and Men’s Doubles Bronze (with Stevie Johnson) at the Rio Olympics. The Shanghai Masters victory was the fourth time Sock had reached a final at tour level events in 2016 (Indian Wells, Rome, Beijing and Shanghai). Sock also played the Auckland tournament in 2014. He beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino the first round, followed by an upset win over Tommy Haas the then world number 12 in straight sets to advance to the quarterfinals. He eventually lost to Roberto Bautista Agut, the same way he went out in the 2016 tournament. At 22, he became the youngest American to reach the round of 16 at the French Open since Pete Sampras in 1993 before claiming his first title in Houston.

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