Jack Sock shares major life news after tennis retirement

Sock and his wife Laura made a big announcement on Instagram.

by Dzevad Mesic
Jack Sock shares major life news after tennis retirement
© Jack Sock & Laura Little Sock - Instagram

Jack Sock and his wife Laura Little Sock have announced the birth of their child, Brody Bryan Sock. Sock, 31, and his wife Laura have been married since 2020. Earlier this year, Sock announced his wife was pregnant and that they were expecting to become parents for the first time this year.

This month, Sock and his wife Laura welcomed their first child. "Everyone say hi to Brody Bryan Sock, our greatest blessing on 11/14/23," Sock announced on Instagram.

Sock retired from pro tennis after the US Open

Just before the start of this year's US Open, former world No 8 Sock announced he would be retiring from pro tennis at the final Grand Slam of the year.

At Flushing Meadows, Sock competed only in the men's and mixed doubles events, where he lost in the first round with his doubles partners John Isner and Coco Gauff, respectively. "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 supported 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," Sock announced in late August. In singles, Sock won four titles and made it to the top-10. Sock enjoyed a bigger success in doubles, where he won three Grand Slams in men's doubles and one Slam in mixed doubles, as well as reaching a doubles career-high of No 2.

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