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Sock gets married to Laura Little in South Carolina
Published Dec 14, 2020
Jack Sock tied the knot on Saturday in front of friends and family in South Carolina. The 28-year-old married Laura Little at the The Ocean Course Clubhouse on the barrier Island of Kiawah, about 25 miles south of Charleston.
Sock and Little got engaged about a year ago in New York City. They planned to say "I do" in front of 150 guests but the actual number was smaller due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some notable names were missing including groomsman Nick Kyrgios and Sock's 2018 doubles partner Mike Bryan.
Still, Sock and Little had an incredible weekend complete with golf (for Sock and his friends, including Nick Monroe, Neal Skupski and John Isner), pool-side photoshoots and an elaborate first dance.
Sock was in the midst of a comeback season when the pandemic hit. Post-shutdown, he managed to play World TeamTennis for the New York Empire and three events, the US Open, Roland Garros and an ATP Challenger.
The American is ranked No. 253 going into 2021, but first, he has a honeymoon to enjoy.