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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Sock, Gauff gets Wild Cards for US Open 2019

Men's, Women's Wild Cards entries confirmed for US Open 2019.





Jack Sock, 26-year-old, has played in every singles main draw of the US Open since 2010  has been awarded a men's singles wild card for the 2019 US Open, reaching the fourth round in 2016, and is a former US Open champion in men’s doubles (2018, with Mike Bryan), mixed doubles (2011, with Melanie Oudin) and boys’ singles (2010).

 Sock is one of six Americans—and eight men in total—to receive main-draw wild cards. The other U.S. wild cards went to Ernesto Escobedo, Bjorn Fratangelo, Marcos Giron, Denis Kudla, and 16-year-old Zachary Svajda.


 Coco Gauff and Caty McNally are part of a group of teen queens who received wildcards into the women's singles main draw of the US Open 2019.


 A trio of 17-year-old Americans—Caty McNally, Whitney Osuigwe and Katie Volynets—as well as 16-year-old French player Diane Parry make up the rest of the teenage representation.






Jack Sock, Coco Gauff & Caty McNally gets wild cards entries for US Open 2019.






 In addition, nine men were awarded wild card entries into the US Open Qualifying Tournament, which is the centerpiece of US Open Fan Week, Aug. 19-24 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.


 The Qualifying Tournament wild card recipients are:
JC Aragone (24, Yorba Linda, Calif.),
Jenson Brooksby (18, Carmichael, Calif.),
Maxime Cressy (22, Hermosa Beach, Calif.),
Sebastian Korda (19, Bradenton, Fla.),
Stefan Kozlov (21, Pembroke Pines, Fla.),
Govind Nanda (18, Redlands, Calif.),
Sam Riffice (20, Orlando, Fla.),
Alex Rybakov (22, Coral Springs, Fla.),
JJ Wolf (20, Cincinnati)...



 In addition, nine women were the recipients of wild-card entries into the US Open Qualifying Tournament, the centerpiece of US Open Fan Week, slated for August 19-24 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.



 The recipients are:

Hailey Baptiste (17, Washington, D.C.),
Reese Brantmeier (14, Whitewater, Wis.),
Caroline Dolehide (20, Hinsdale, Ill.),
Vicky Duval (23, Miami),
Jamie Loeb (24, Ossining, N.Y.),
Bethanie Mattek-Sands (33, Rochester, Minn.),
Emma Navarro (18, Charleston, S.C.),
Shelby Rogers (26, Charleston, S.C.),
and Katrina Scott (15, Woodland Hills, Calif.)...



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