Winning 26% of his points with the forehand, Jack Sock can be regarded as a dominant Puncher. When compared with his rivals, he makes on average much more points & errors with the forehand than them.
Puncher / High
Jack Sock also developped an Offensive side to his game. He varies well all kind of net approaches and in total 17% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play). However, his favorite way to come in is with the forehand approach.
Offensive / Medium-high
Jack Sock is not a Tempo player at all. The quality of his backhand & return is just below average and he is not effective taking the ball on the rise.
Tempo / Low
Jack Sock can also count on an effective Serve making on average 15% more aces/service winners than his rivals. When that first serve is in, 37% of the time it is unreturned and this result is just above the average of the ATP players.
Server / High
Jack Sock cannot be regarded as a Retriever. His main plan is to take risks with his serve, his forehand and at the net. In total 37% of his points are won by the errors of his rivals and this result is below average.