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Five Stats To Honour Jack Sock's Career

American was a Top 10 player in singles and doubles
September 01, 2023
Jack Sock combined to win 21 tour-level titles in singles (4) and doubles (17).
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Jack Sock combined to win 21 tour-level titles in singles (4) and doubles (17). By ATP Staff

Jack Sock’s career came to a close on Thursday at the US Open, where he lost his first-round men’s doubles match with John Isner and opening mixed doubles match with Coco Gauff.

It has been 13 years since Sock played his first US Open as a professional in 2010 and the American has accomplished plenty since. To honour Sock, looks at five notable stats from his illustrious career.

Jack Reached The Top 10 Singles & Doubles
Sock cracked the Top 10 in both the Pepperstone ATP Rankings and the Pepperstone ATP Doubles Rankings. In November 2017 he reached a career-high World No. 8 in singles and in September 2018 he ascended to World No. 2 in doubles.

The Nebraska-native spent several weeks in the Top 20 of both disciplines simultaneously. The American also earned the distinction of finishing the 2017 season as the No. 1 player from his country.

American Won An ATP Masters 1000 Title To Qualify For Nitto ATP Finals
The defining moment of Sock’s singles career came at the end of 2017. He entered the Rolex Paris Masters, the season’s final ATP Masters 1000 tournament, at 24th in the Pepperstone ATP Live Race To London (the Nitto ATP Finals was played in London at the time).

Sock, the 16th seed in the tournament, trailed Kyle Edmund 1-5 in the deciding set of his first match of the week. After surviving that close encounter, he went on to win his first title at the level, ousting Lucas Pouille, Fernando Verdasco, Julien Benneteau and Filip Krajinovic for the crown. With his victory, he qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals, where he defeated Marin Cilic and Alexander Zverev to qualify for the semi-finals.

He Won Four Major Doubles Championships
Sock earned four major doubles titles as a professional in his career. In 2014, he emerged victorious at Wimbledon with Vasek Pospisil and in 2018 he lifted trophies at SW19 and Flushing Meadows with Mike Bryan. The American also claimed mixed doubles glory with Melanie Oudin at the 2011 US Open.

Sock Captured Two Olympic Medals
The American suffered a first-round exit in singles at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, but finished with one of the most impressive performances of the entire event. Sock partnered Bethanie Mattek-Sands to the gold medal in mixed doubles and Steve Johnson to the bronze medal in men’s doubles. He was the only tennis player to earn multiple medals at the event. 


He Ended Roger Federer’s Career
For the rest of his life, Sock will be able to tell his friends and family that he defeated Roger Federer in the Swiss’ final match. At the 2022 Laver Cup, Sock and Team World partner Frances Tiafoe defeated Team Europe’s Federer and Rafael Nadal 4-6, 7-6(2), 11-9.

Sock excelled in doubles at Laver Cup, where he tallied a 9-3 record across four editions of the event. His victories came against teams including Federer, Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

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