Jack Sock

Despite losing the first two sets of a brutal match to American Jack Sock, No. 14 seed Diego Schwartzman advanced to the second round of the 2022 US Open. As early as the third set, the American’s back ailment became so severe that he had to give up the match, allowing Schwartzman to win in four sets, 3-6, 5-7, 6-0, 1-0. (ret.).

Throughout the majority of the first two sets, Sock played with abandon, regularly conversing with his box, and punishing Schwartzman with huge strokes from the baseline and serves of up to 138 mph. This incredible athletic performance came from a former Top 10 player who fell out of the Top 100 four years ago and has since fought to make his way back in.

Schwartzman, who is one of the ATP Tour’s more dogged competitors, couldn’t do much to stop Sock’s free-flowing strokes. After two very exhausting hours on court, the American was up two sets to love.

It seemed like Sock was out of steam by the third set. When he found himself down 3-0, he promptly summoned the trainer to heal his aching back. But it was evident that Sock was having trouble with this: his serves started missing the mark, his mobility slowed, and his body language became nasty. Schwartzman finished off the match in under 20 minutes by winning the third set 6-0. Sock had to give up after losing the first game of the fourth set.

He was playing much better than me,” Schwartzman said after the match. “He had a chance to win me in three sets.” “I wasn’t at my level today; I was trying to figure out how to accomplish this, and it was challenging. I couldn’t figure out how to win the first two sets. In the very end, I just happened to get lucky.

Australian No. 84 Alexei Popyrin will be waiting for Schwartzman in the second round of the men’s draw.

Although Schwartzman and Popyrin have never played each other in an ATP match, the former is familiar with the latter’s game: “He has a powerful serve and a strong forehand, quite similar to the game I had today.”

The Argentine hopes to advance farther in the draw and better his previous best results at the US Open, which were quarterfinal appearances in 2017 and 2019.

Diego Schwartzman, who had lost the first two sets of their 2022 US Open match at Louis Armstrong Stadium on Tuesday night, advanced to the second round when American Jack Sock retired with a back injury.

This match featured a unique 3-6, 5-7, 6-0, 1-0 outcome, with the Argentine eventually prevailing (ret.). This is Schwartzman’s second consecutive year in the US Open quarterfinals (after reaching them in 2017).

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Jack Sock

Thanks to a wildcard into the first ATP tournament of the year, the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, Sock advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2018 Paris Masters. He won his first two sets against Alex Bolt and Yoshihito Nishioka, but ultimately lost in three sets to eighth-seeded and eventual champion Kevin Anderson. Together with William Blumberg, he entered the event as a wildcard pair.

The duo was not ranked, but they beat out Tennys Sandgren and Denis Kudla of the United States, John-Patrick Smith and Harri Heliövaara of Finland, and Jonathan Erlich and Santiago González of the United States to make it to the finals. They were victorious over Austin Krajicek and Vasek Pospisil in the championship match.

After beating Yoshihito Nishioka in straight sets in the first round of the Citi Open, where he was given a wild card, he advanced to face No. 3 in the world, Rafael Nadal, in the second. When the match went to a deciding third set, he was defeated in a tiebreak.

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Sock was given a bye into the main draw of the US Open Singles tournament. For the first time since the 2017 Australian Open, he advanced to the third round of a grand slam after beating Yoshihito Nishioka in four sets in the first round and then Alexander Bublik in five sets in the second round.

In the third round, he faced up against fourth seed Alexander Zverev, and after winning the first set, he went on to lose the next two before retiring from the match with an upper right leg injury.

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