Jack Sock Joins New York Open Player Field
Former World No. 8, Four-Time Grand Slam Champ Commits to Black Court Debut
The New York Open announces the addition of American star Jack Sock to the 2020 player field. Sock, a former world No. 8 and four-time grand slam champion in doubles, joins the tournamentâ€™s strongest player field to date, including Nick Kyrgios, John Isner, Kevin Anderson, Milos Raonic, and Reilly Opelka.
Sock holds four ATP Tour singles titles, including the ATP Masters 1000 Paris, Delray Beach, Auckland, and Houston, and has won with 14 doubles titles. Sockâ€™s four grand slam titles include two championships at the U.S. Open, first in 2011 in mixed with Melanie Oudin and again in 2018 with Mike Bryan, along with two Wimbledon championships, occurring in 2014 with Vasek Pospisil and most recently in 2018 with Mike Bryan.
â€œThe fans need to get ready for topnotch entertainment with Jackâ€™s addition to the draw,â€ said Peter Lebedevs, New York Open Tournament Director. â€œHe always brings an exciting match experience for U.S. tennis fans, and we know the black court will be no exception. We canâ€™t wait.â€
This will be Sockâ€™s first appearance at the New York Open.
Additional player update: Kei Nishikori has withdrawn from the New York Open due to injury.
The New York Open runs February 9 â€“ 16, 2020, at the NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Tickets are available via www.newyorkopen.com.