After retiring from tennis, US Open star will switch sports.
Jack Sock, the former US Open champion, has retired from tennis to play another sport. He announced that this year's Flushing Meadows tournament will be his last at 30.
Sock's grand slam doubles record is different from his singles record.
They won the US Open men's doubles title in 2018 with Mike Bryan and the mixed doubles championship in 2011 with Melanie Oudin.
Not just in the US has Sock won grand slams. He won Wimbledon Men's doubles with Vasek Pospisil in 2014 and Bryan in 2018.
Sock announced that this year's US Open will be his last professional tournament.
He will play in the first-round doubles with John Isner against Albano Olivetti and Robert Galloway on Wednesday.
Sock is retiring from tennis, although he may still play professionally.
The Carvana Professional Pickleball Tour (PPA) announced Sock's participation on Sunday.
Sock has not announced his conversion to Pickleball, a US favorite. Whether it changes after Sock's professional tennis career ends is unknown.
The statement acknowledged his wife, Laura, family, and instructors for helping him become a successful tennis player.
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