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Re: Jack Sock

He hired Joakim Nystrom not too long ago (July), don't think he will switch coach soon.

USO 2010: 1st round
USO 2011: 2nd round
USO 2012: 3rd round
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Re: Jack Sock

Full replay @ ESPN3: http://espn.go.com/watchespn/player/...ize/condensed/

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Re: Jack Sock

anyone has any idea what's next for Jack?

huge upside potential

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Re: Jack Sock

After the charity event with Roddick this week, I suspect he will go back to Vegas to train with the Adidas team. He is entered in the 100k Sacramento Challenger.

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He hired Joakim Nystrom not too long ago (July), don't think he will switch coach soon.

USO 2010: 1st round
USO 2011: 2nd round
USO 2012: 3rd round
USO 2013: ????

Hopefully, the trend continues
Yes. Keep going

I think jack is better than Ryan Harrison in today
Maybe =

Go Jack

He just miss chance other wise He should make at least QF

GO Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios, Borna Coric, Vasek Pospisil, Kei Nishikori, , Milos Raonic, Jerzy Janowicz, Grigor Dimitrov, Dennis Novikov and Bernard Tomic and Mikael Ymer

Thiem will be No 1 by Dec 2017
Nick Kyrgios will be No 1 by Sep 2018
Mikael Ymer will be No 3 by Dec 2018
Alexander Zverev will be No 3 by Dec 2017
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Re: Jack Sock

Interestingly, a lot of players are in LA right now. Looking forward to the 100k Challengers in Sacramento and Tiburon next month.

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He hired Joakim Nystrom not too long ago (July), don't think he will switch coach soon.

USO 2010: 1st round
USO 2011: 2nd round
USO 2012: 3rd round
USO 2013: ????

Hopefully, the trend continues
Very inerest

4th round or QF

GO Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios, Borna Coric, Vasek Pospisil, Kei Nishikori, , Milos Raonic, Jerzy Janowicz, Grigor Dimitrov, Dennis Novikov and Bernard Tomic and Mikael Ymer

Thiem will be No 1 by Dec 2017
Nick Kyrgios will be No 1 by Sep 2018
Mikael Ymer will be No 3 by Dec 2018
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what's next Jack

GO Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios, Borna Coric, Vasek Pospisil, Kei Nishikori, , Milos Raonic, Jerzy Janowicz, Grigor Dimitrov, Dennis Novikov and Bernard Tomic and Mikael Ymer

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Happy 20th Birthday

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Re: Jack Sock

Jack draws Bobby Reynold in the first round of Sacramento Challenger.

Full draw: http://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/singles_draw203.PDF

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• In the interest of accuracy, Jack Sock's mother gives us some facts:

"Updated, accurate facts/stats about Jack Sock to avoid any misinformation:"

- Jack is 6 foot 2 inches tall, and weighs 192 lbs.

- Jack underwent surgery on March 15, 2012 to repair a 75 percent torn rectus abdominis muscle and smaller tears of the pelvic floor (two incisions) - as a result of overuse....sliding on clay, doing crunches & plyometrics, jumping hurdles, lifting weights, practicing (135mph) serves, and doing even more sit-ups after all that....while playing in both the singles and doubles events of three January tourneys, without rest. (After collapsing in a full-body cramp during the AUSO wc playoff in December due to dehydration, Jack had hired a fitness trainer on Dec. 26, who implemented and aggressive daily training regime that continued during competition all of January and it proved to be just too much for his body).Two days before the Dallas Challenger, Jack felt his ab muscle tear while hyper-extending on a serve. Jack tried to play Dallas, San Jose, Memphis, Delray, and Indian Wells with the painful injury before finally going to Dr. William Meyers in Philadelphia for the procedure.

- Jack won 20 USTA national championship gold balls in the juniors.

- Jack won four USTA national championship gold balls in the Men's division.

- Jack was presented with one USTA national championship gold ball for a U.S. open slam (in addition to the silver bowl from Tiffany's) for the mixed doubles title.

- Jack's dad was never a "professional" golfer - Larry is a well-accomplished AMATEUR golfer who attended Oklahoma State University for four years, then transferred to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln for his 5th year...playing on the golf teams at both schools. Larry moved to Tucson after college graduation for work and won the Arizona State Amateur Medal play championships both years he lived there. He moved back to Lincoln to work for Merrill Lynch for the next 27 years or so, before transferring to UBS Financial in '09. He has won the Nebraska state amateur golf medal play tournament three times and the Nebraska state amateur golf match play tournament three times - for a total of eight state amateur golf tourneys between Arizona and Nebraska. Larry recently won the Nebraska state amateur golf match play championship in the summer of 2012.
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Re: Jack Sock

Tiburon Challenger

(1) Benjamin Becker (GER) vs Qualifier
Tennys Sandgren (USA) vs Jack Sock (USA)
Michael Yani (USA) vs Rhyne Williams (USA)
Izak Van Der Merwe (RSA) vs (5) Matteo Viola (ITA)

(3) Ryan Sweeting (USA) vs Robert Farah (COL)
Sergei Bubka (UKR) vs Steve Johnson (USA)
(WC) Daniel Nguyen (USA) vs Qualifier
Qualifier vs (7) Denis Kudla (USA)

(8) Bobby Reynolds (USA) vs (WC)Christian Harrison (USA)
Matt Reid (AUS) vs John Millman (AUS)
(WC) Bradley Klahn (USA) vs Samuel Groth (AUS)
Qualifier vs (4) Wayne Odesnik (USA)

(6) Tim Smyczek (USA) vs Rik De Voest (RSA)
(WC) Michael McClune (USA) vs Mischa Zverev (GER)
Roman Borvanov (MDA) vs (SE) Daniel Kosakowski (USA)
Alex Kuznetsov (USA) vs (2) James Blake (USA)

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60 64, Becker or Meister next.

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5 Minutes with Emerging Young Tennis Star: Jack Sock

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5 Minutes with Emerging Young Tennis Star: Jack Sock

When I knew Jack, he was ten-years-old, missing a couple teeth, and he was a few inches shy of 5 feet tall. Today, Lincoln native, Jack Sock, is one of the most promising American tennis professionals in the world. At twenty-years-old, he currently stands at 6' 1" and has his own Wikipedia page that contains all his many accomplishments. Amongst those, he wrapped up his high school career by taking home his fourth state title, and recently added a US Open mixed doubles title to his already very impressive résumé.



Erin Bleakley: A lot of kids grew up playing junior tennis. How did you break out from the pack and become a star?
Jack Sock: A lot of hard work and time on the court. Great coaching growing up allowed me to be successful and have confidence going into the pros.

EB: Who is your biggest fan?
JS: My biggest fan is my team- my family, my agents, my friends, my coach.

EB: What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
JS: You would find Simply Raspberry Lemonade.

EB: Give me a sample of your workout playlist
JS: Hip Hop- Eminem, Rick Ross, Usher etc..



EB: What would be the title of your Biography?
JS: Sock and Awe

EB: What has been the coolest (non-tennis related) experience you've had so far since becoming the public Jack Sock?
JS: Going to an Emmy party in LA and seeing all the people I watch on TV in person and being able to meet them.

EB: Who is someone you'd love to have come watch you play?
JS: Gabriel Macht who plays Harvey Specter on SUITS.



EB: If you didn't play tennis, what would you be doing right now?
JS: Trying to play golf for a living.

EB: Who is your mentor or role model?
JS: Any of the top guys in the world. They do everything so well and are great to model after.

EB: It's election year, without getting political, are you going to vote?
JS: Possibly. I haven't voted before so I might do it just to do it for the first time.

EB: What's the biggest compliment you've ever received, and from whom?
JS: An Olympian ping-pong player told me last week that I was really good at ping-pong. That, or the commentators at the US Open saying I have a top 4 forehand in the world.

EB: What is the best piece of advice you have to impart on us?
JS: Live every day to the fullest, 'cause you can't get back yesterday. Enjoy life.
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