ATP Finals: Jack Sock trumps erratic Marin Cilic to keep hopes alive

Tennis - ATP World Tour Finals - The O2 Arena, London, Britain - November 14, 2017 USA’s Jack Sock in action during his group stage match against Croatia's Marin Cilic Action Images via Reuters/Tony O'Brien

Jack Sock kept his expectations alive in the ATP finals with a brave show, rising up out of the edge of annihilation to beat Marin Cilic 5-7, 6-2, 7-6(4) in a sensational and flighty clash of the enormous hitters at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday.

With these two effective clients urgent to keep their expectations alive subsequent to losing their opening matches, it was the American, in his introduction finals, who held his nerve best in the definitive tiebreak following a convincing 2 hours 27 minutes challenge.

Cilic, who had additionally blown a fine shot of an opening day prevail upon Alexander Zverev on Sunday when driving 3-1 in the choosing set, again ceded when 3-0 up in the decider.

Sock, who had been beaten in straight sets by Roger Federer on Sunday, originated from a set down and, in spite of being on the wrong end of several sad net strings, kept his cool notwithstanding while going 4-2 down in the tiebreak.

At last, the more experienced Croat Cilic, who has a poor record toward the finish of-season finals, demonstrated just excessively unpredictable, blending his 35 inside and out champs with 37 unforced blunders.

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