Sock wins Delray Seaside ultimate in walkover as Raonic withdraws | Information


Canadian world quantity 4 Milos Raonic pulled out of Sunday’s Delray Seaside Open ultimate in Florida, handing American Jack Sock the title by walkover.

Raonic withdrew as a result of a hamstring tear in his proper leg, an harm he stated he had picked up whereas beating Argentine Juan Martin del Potro in straight units in a semi-final on Saturday evening.

“I did not assume a lot of it,” Raonic informed the Tennis Channel. “I believed it was simply tightness from the match, however this morning I awoke unable to stroll correctly and did fairly in depth therapy with my crew.

“We got here all the way down to the conclusion that it was a slight tear of the hamstring in my proper leg.”

Sock’s second ATP title of the yr adopted his Auckland Open victory final month.

The 24-year-old American didn’t drop a set all week. He has an 11-1 file this yr and is anticipated to rise to 18th on the planet rankings on Monday.

(Reporting by Simon Evans in Miami; Enhancing by Andrew Each)