Date of Birth: 24.09.1992
Plays:  Right Handed
Height:  6'3" 
Highest ranking:  Singles - 22 (January 2016), Doubles - 6 (May 2015) 
Career singles titles:  Singles - 1, Doubles - 6
Grand Slam doubles titles:  1
Grand Slam results:
Australian Open: Singles - 2R (2014, 2016), Doubles - QF (2016)
French Open: Singles - 4R (2015), Doubles - QF (2015)
Wimbledon: Singles - 2R (2014), Doubles - W (2014)
US Open: Singles - 3R (2012, 2013), Doubles - 3R (2014)

Jack Sock is a bright star of the future, with his 2015 season putting him on the singles map. Sock won his first ATP World Tour singles title at Houston, defeating fellow countryman Sam Querrey and reached a career best Grand Slam fourth round at Roland Garros. This success has continued into 2016, where he has reached two ATP finals in both Auckland and Houston. 

A pivotal moment in Sock’s career was during the summer of 2014, when he teamed up with Canadian young star Vasek Pospisil for the first time to compete in the doubles main draw of the Wimbledon Championships. Sock and Pospisil went on to win the Grand Slam title in an epic five-set battle against the top seeds and seasoned experts, the Bryan Brothers. 

Sock has an assertive playing style, with his forehand considered his biggest weapon. He is an exciting talent to watch on court, with impressive groundstrokes and outstanding touch around the net.