Nick Kyrgios reacts to friend Jack Sock's tearful retirement message

Jack Sock won four Grand Slams and two Olympic medals.

by Claudiu Pop
Nick Kyrgios reacts to friend Jack Sock's tearful retirement message
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Nick Kyrgios reacted to his friend Jack Sock's emotional retirement message. "Enjoy everything that comes your way my friend," Kyrgios wrote on Instagram Stories. Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios last played doubles together in 2022 at the Citi Open in Washington.

There, they won the title in the face of Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek. The American tennis star is set to retire after this year's US Open.

Jack Sock's retirement message

Here is how Jack Sock announced his retirement from the world of professional tennis.

"To the 8 year old boy who immediately fell in love with the sport of tennis, I hope I made you proud. It's been 14 years of memories I will never forget. From winning four Grand Slams, Olympic Gold and Bronze, top 10 rankings in singles and doubles and competing on the Davis Cup and Laver Cup teams, it's been beyond what I could've ever dreamed.

Without the help of so many people, none of that could've ever happened. To my wife, Laura, you have been there in some very tough times and also some very amazing times. You have always pported me and helped me to be the best I possibly could.

We now have a little one on the way and I'm so incredibly excited for the next chapter as a family and being parents. I love you. To my mom, dad and brother; without you guys I would not be where I am today! The remarkable sacrifices you've made since day one were nothing short of extraordinary and I'll be forever grateful.

Eric, you pushed me on the court day in and day out since we were kids and have been in my corner throughout every step of this journey. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart!" Sock wrote on Instagram.

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