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TAG: Jack SOck

Mar/23

2

Sock Drops Monroe As Coach

Jack Sock worked extremely hard in the off-season for over two months with Nick Monroe but the elite results remain elusive for the former top 10 star. Sock, now 30, started the year off by losing first round in Cleveland Challenger to teenager ranked 526 Alex Michelsen 76 64. Then he won a round in […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/23

15

Delray Beach Miracle – the greatest upset in ATP history?

Move over Istomin vs Djokovic, Donskoy vs Federer, Doohan vs Becker, Soderling vs Nadal… Matija Pecotic is 33 years old and had never even played an ATP main draw main tour match before yesterday. He’s never been ranked inside the top 200 and his current ranking is 784. He’s not even a full time pro […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/23

10

Fritz vs Sock Dallas Match Analysis

It’s a second round of an ATP 250 in Dallas but it’s a critical match for Jack Sock to re-establish himself as an elite player. And to have something to show for all the hard work he did in the off season and the last few years. Sock is super fit now, his waist line […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/23

8

Fritz Is Sock’s Bogeyman

Jack Sock won his first round match in Dallas as a wildcard, a tough three set battle with Ilya Ivashka. But now the moment of truth is here for Sock and his determined efforts to regain his lost status as an elite ATP player. Tomorrow Sock will play his bogeyman Taylor Fritz. The two Americans […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/23

31

Jack Sock Has New Coach But Loses Again

Jack Sock opened his 2023 ATP season with a new coach but did not achieve the result he hoped for. Sock was defeated by American wildcard teenage Alex Michelsen 76 64 in the first round of Cleveland Challenger. Michelsen is 18 years old and ranked 526. Sock is 30 years old and currently ranked 138. […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/23

3

Gimelstob Returns To TV Tennis Analysis Work

By Scoop Malinowski Former two-time mixed doubles Grand Slam champion and Tennis Channel analyst Justin Gimelstob returned to TV tennis analysis work yesterday as a commentator for the Jim Courier Champions Tour event in Orlando. Actually the exhibition was pre-recorded in early Decemeber by Bally Sports Florida and was broadcast last night. The three matches […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/22

26

Rajeev Ram Snubbed For Davis Cup Final

USA lost to Italy in the doubles rubber with Tommy Paul and Jack Sock failing to get the job done as they were defeated by Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli 64 64. The key win advanced Italy to the Davis Cup semifinals. The American doubles team selection by Fish of Paul/Sock has been heavily criticized […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/22

14

Socks Tanks Out Of St. Tropez

Jack Sock was down a set and lost his serve on a missed forehand at 15-40 for 46 45 and then suddenly retired from the match, shaking hands with his conqueror Nicholas David Ionel. The match was a first round duel on Wednesday, and it was Ionel’s 20th birthday. Ionel is ranked 263 in the […] Continue to read full article...

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Aug/22

4

Federer’s ON Shoes Making Impact In Tennis

Roger Federer may not be playing pro tennis anymore but his presence is being felt indirectly on the professional tennis circuit. This week in Washington DC at the Citi Open one prominent player has been wearing the new tennis shoes Federer created. The Switzerland-based athletic shoe manufacturer ON has received some very positive exposure because […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/22

26

Paul Pummels Sock In Atlanta

Tommy Paul, one of the rising forces of American tennis along with Taylor Fritz, Jenson Brooksby, Brandon Nakashima, Reilly Opelka and Sebi Korda, annihilated former American star Jack Sock in a 61 61 blowout. It was one of the worst losses of Sock’s career. In their first ATP meeting today in hot humid conditions, Paul […] Continue to read full article...

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