Jack Sock will play Australia's Jordan Thompson in Davis Cup quarters


Published 9:47 p.m. ET April 5, 2017 | Updated 7 hours ago


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BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — American No. 1 Jack Sock will play Australia’s Jordan Thompson to open their Davis Cup quarterfinal on Friday, followed by Nick Kyrgios’ match against John Isner.

The match will be played on hard courts at Pat Rafter Arena, with doubles set for Saturday and reverse singles on Sunday.

The winner will play either Italy or Belgium in the semifinals in September.

Sock is 15th and Isner 23rd in the current ATP rankings, while Kyrgios is 16th and Thompson 79th. Australia’s second-ranked player, Bernard Tomic (43rd) is not playing.

Other team members are Sam Groth and John Peers for Australia and Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson for the U.S. They are scheduled to meet in doubles.

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