Jack
Sock
(Alternate)
    • USA
    • 164
    • ATP Ranking

Age

28

Birthplace

Lincoln, United States

Turned Pro

2011

Weight

88kg (194lbs)

Height

191cm (6'3")

Plays

Right-handed

Career Titles

4

Laver Cup Record

Appearances:

2017, 2018, 2019
16
Points Won
12
Matches Played
Win-Loss Record:
8-4

Singles Matches

W-L Record
1-2
Points Won
1

Doubles Matches

W-L Record
7-2
Points Won
15

Biography

Overview  

With his versatility to excel in both singles and doubles, Jack Sock has proven a Laver Cup standout. He amassed the most points for Team World across three editions of the Laver Cup and has only dropped two doubles matches from seven appearances. A former top 10 player in both singles and doubles, the four-time Grand Slam doubles champion has worked his way back from injury to a top-200 ranking.

Off court

After finding his mother’s racket as an eight-year-old, Sock quickly fell in love with the sport. Growing up in Kansas, Sock won four state championships in high school before claiming the US Open boys’ singles title in 2010. His nickname is ‘Showtime’ – reflective of his extroverted personality. He is close to older brother Eric, a college player who he has teamed with in tour-level doubles, and lists Team World teammate Nick Kyrgios as one of his best friends on tour. He married Laura Little in December 2020.

Career   

Sock soared to a career-high singles ranking of No.8 after a stellar end to his 2017 season, winning a first Masters 1000 title in Paris to qualify for the ATP Finals. His doubles ranking peaked at No.2 in 2018 after teaming with Mike Bryan to win Wimbledon and US Open titles. Sock is a two-time Olympic medalist, winning mixed doubles gold alongside Bethanie Mattek-Sands and doubles bronze with Steve Johnson at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Sock rebuilt his ranking in 2020 and in 2021 won the doubles at Newport with William Blumberg where he also reached the quarterfinals in singles. 

2021 highlights:

Winner: Arkansas (Challenger), Newport (doubles)
Quarterfinals: Newport
3R: US Open