Jack Sock Decides to Skip University and Turn Professional

by The Insider on July 28, 2011 · 0 comments

in ATP News, Junior Tour

Last years US Open junior boys champion Jack Sock has decided to turn professional and not go to University. It must have been a very tough decision to not go to college and test it out on the pro tour. Especially considering Sock has an ITF ranking of only around 550 in the world!

“The past few weeks, I thought my game was to the point to where I thought I could go out and compete with the top players in the world,” the 18-year-old said.  “I’m ready to make a full-time commitment to it.”

Sock is now going to be represented by CAA Sports and has Adidas as his new clothing sponsor.

He will attempt to defend his 18s Nationals title at Kalamazoo Aug. 5-14.

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