Jack Sock, a tennis player from the United States, has agreed to compete for Team World in the Laver Cup. The 29-year-old Sock will compete in the Laver Cup for the fourth time. In 2017, Sock took part in the inaugural Laver Cup competition.
Sock also participated in the Laver Cup competitions in 2018 and 2019, but he missed the 2021 competition. Sock has officially joined Team World, which also includes Diego Schwartzman, Taylor Fritz, and Felix Auger-Aliassime. Between September 23 and 25, Sock will compete in the Laver Cup against Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic.
Sock eager to compete in the Laver Cup again
2020 saw no Laver Cup competition, and Sock didn’t take part in it in 2019. Sock is happy to be a member of Team World once more, which is led by American tennis veteran John McEnroe.
According to the Laver Cup website, Sock said, “Laver Cup brings out the best in me. I can’t wait to get out there again with the guys and play my part for Captain McEnroe.” “I’m hopeful I can again bring home the points for Team World,” you say. “I missed playing last year. I absolutely enjoy this event.”
McEnroe is pleased to have Sock on his team because the American is one of the top doubles players in the world. Jack is a flexible and helpful team player who enjoys the Laver Cup’s thrilling and fast-paced environment, according to McEnroe.
He’s one of the finest doubles players in the world, and as we saw in Geneva, he can pull off major upsets in singles.
In doubles, he brings out the best in everyone he teams up with and can withstand the great pressure. It is well known that he might be essential to causing a stir in London.