Jack Sock in challenger dominating on live cam

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
That name Geller sounded familiar because I was looking up the record earlier today of a guy I’m practicing against 1-2 times per week here down in Paraguay. My friend crushed him 5 years ago. Small world.
You are probably thinking of Sara michelle Geller,,, not this Axel Geller who was finalist at US open championships. your friend was playing a girl ?
 
All of Jack Sock's ATP points are gone by the end of October. Think about that for a minute. He will need a WC to get into futures qualifying in November
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
All of Jack Sock's ATP points are gone by the end of October. Think about that for a minute. He will need a WC to get into futures qualifying in November
He will get wildcard into all of ATP main tournaments if he wants. he is Grand slam champion + also London year ending finalist. that is saying something. I really think Jack played way too much doubles and that really screwed up his singles game. He needs to hit flatter Bomb serves that is utilized in Singles tour,,, not those spin serves that doubles guys use which is effective in doubles but not so much in singles. and Jack's movement is even suckier than before due to all this doubles play
 
He will get wildcard into all of ATP main tournaments if he wants. he is Grand slam champion + also London year ending finalist. that is saying something. I really think Jack played way too much doubles and that really screwed up his singles game. He needs to hit flatter Bomb serves that is utilized in Singles tour,,, not those spin serves that doubles guys use which is effective in doubles but not so much in singles. and Jack's movement is even suckier than before due to all this doubles play
He has received a few wildcards and not won a single point with them.

Doubles does not make your singles gave worse. Jack's game requires fitness. If his opponent can expose his backhand he looses. If he can run around his BH and hit FHs , then get back into position , for three sets, he can win. That requires a lot of work in the gym and on the practice court. Looking at his movement and weight I don't think that is happening.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
He has received a few wildcards and not won a single point with them.

Doubles does not make your singles gave worse. Jack's game requires fitness. If his opponent can expose his backhand he looses. If he can run around his BH and hit FHs , then get back into position , for three sets, he can win. That requires a lot of work in the gym and on the practice court. Looking at his movement and weight I don't think that is happening.
Too much logic here for OP to deal with.
 
Sock looses in his first match at the Las Vegas Challenger to one of my son's old teammates from the University of Portland, Michail Pervolarakis. Michail is currently ranked 449 and has $31,308 in career prize money.

Not sure how wildcards are going to be of much help to Sock
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Sock looses in his first match at the Las Vegas Challenger to one of my son's old teammates from the University of Portland, Michail Pervolarakis. Michail is currently ranked 449 and has $31,308 in career prize money.

Not sure how wildcards are going to be of much help to Sock
Further confirmation that the Saggy Sock collapse needs a Kevlar infused garter belt to hold them up. From WTF’17 to outside the top 250 in 23 months and ready to drop even more when Basel/Paris’18 points go away.
 

Musterrific

Rookie
Further confirmation that the Saggy Sock collapse needs a Kevlar infused garter belt to hold them up. From WTF’17 to outside the top 250 in 23 months and ready to drop even more when Basel/Paris’18 points go away.
When was the last time a player had such a dramatic collapse of form not related to a major injury? It's mind boggling. He's humiliating himself by even playing these challengers.

The only comparable example that comes to my mind is Roberto Carretero, but he didn't get anywhere near the top 10, which makes Sock's case all the more befuddling.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
When was the last time a player had such a dramatic collapse of form not related to a major injury? It's mind boggling. He's humiliating himself by even playing these challengers.

The only comparable example that comes to my mind is Roberto Carretero, but he didn't get anywhere near the top 10, which makes Sock's case all the more befuddling.
Cecchinato is on a slippery slope downwards right now...from CH #16 to a current #72 thanks to not winning a completed ATP match since 1R Rome’19. The good news for him is he won’t lose points this last month of 2019. The bad news is he must defend Doha SF and the Buenos Aires title to stay in top 100 and avoid RG’20 qualies. From SFist to a qualifier in two years is a steep slide.
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Cecchinato is on a slippery slope downwards right now...from CH #16 to a current #72 thanks to not winning a completed ATP match since 1R Rome’19. The good news for him is he won’t lose points this last month of 2019. The bad news is he must defend Doha SF and the Buenos Aires title to stay in top 100 and avoid RG’20 qualies. From SFist to a qualifier in two years is a steep slide.
Sock will dominate him
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
I am not sure if you have been paying attention. Sock has not won a single ATP point in the last 11 months. He will be unranked in two weeks after going 0 for 7 in matches this year where he could have received points.
All he needed to do is just win one tournament, preferably 1000 event like Paris. he's done it before and he can do It again
 
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