"I didn't expect to be in London in the first place," said Sock, who qualified only this month after winning the Paris Masters. "Paris was a big step for me. Now to put myself in the position to play on the weekend is another big step forward, another confidence-booster."
"When he hit it, it wasn't very clean. I figured it was going to go out. It landed just inside both lines," said Sock, who still won the game. "But, I don't know. It's Roger, I guess. He can do no wrong. Everything goes in."