“American Tennis Star Jack Sock Announces Retirement After US Open”
– Jack Sock, former world number eight, will retire from tennis after the US Open.
– Sock’s career highlights include winning four ATP singles titles, 17 tour-level doubles trophies, and a mixed doubles gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
In an emotional Instagram post, Sock expressed his gratitude for his 14-year tennis career and the memories he has made. He mentioned winning four Grand Slams, Olympic medals, and representing his country in Davis Cup and Laver Cup teams. Flushing Meadows has been a significant part of Sock’s journey since he was 17, and he looks forward to creating one last set of memories in front of the best fans in the world.
The US Open, which will be held from August 28 to September 10, will mark the final event of Sock’s career. There are reports suggesting that Sock might switch to pickleball after his retirement.