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Goals from Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller extended Bayerns unbeaten run to a record 37 matches. "This record is incredible," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said. Jack Sock is starting to make a habit of winning big matches, a newfound talent that may be ushering in a new era in American tennis.Sock, 24 years old and already the highest-ranking player from the U.S. at No. 24, upset No. 12 seed Richard Gasquet on Thursday at the ATP Paris Masters 1000 in a three-setter just shy of three hours. Socks explosive forehand, improved mobility and increasingly well-rounded game have enabled him to log some resounding wins since his early loss in the Olympic games in Rio.Since then, Sock has beaten Marin Cilic at the US Open (where the former champion was the No. 7 seed), Shanghai No. 5 seed and Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic and German wunderkind Alexander Zverev. On Wednesday in Paris, he took out Dominic Thiem handily before his hard-fought win against Gasquet.For years now, Sock has been touted as the successor to Andy Roddick. Hes been hailed by some as the player who might accomplish the feat that has eluded John Isner, long the top-ranked U.S. player in the post-Roddick era: a Grand Slam triumph that might kick-start the American mens game.Like Roddick, the last U.S. Grand Slam champion, Sock is a native Nebraskan. His game also is anchored in an atomic forehand abetted by a powerful serve. Theres a physicality about Socks game that is reminiscent of Roddick at his most persuasive. At 6-foot-3, Sock is an inch taller, if not quite as broad-shouldered.Against Thiem, an Austrian 23-year-old who is every bit as much a muscular worker, Sock dominated in true Roddick-style, winning 91 percent of his first-serve points, backing up those fireballs with forehand blasts mixed with occasional off-speed backhands and even drop shots. Thiem never saw a break point.However, Socks similarity to Roddick also carried a price tag. It quickly morphed into pressure. It didnt help that Socks game was raw and his temperament unschooled. Thus Socks development was relatively slow. He also had to learn to live with the pressure. At times before this summer, it was intense.People love to do comparisons [to Roddick], Sock told USA Today in August. But you just have to brush it off and keep focusing on what youre doing, on trying to get better. No matter how well you do, theres always people who are going to hate or have better expectations.Sock had trouble distancing himself from other promising newcomers, including Ryan Harrison and Donald Young. They would all flare, then struggle. The only reliable American since 22010 has been that other late bloomer, Isner.dddddddddddd He hit a career high of No. 9 in 2012 and has been a top-20 player -- and the leading U.S. male -- for most of his career. But hes 31 years old now and ranked four places below Sock.Isner is 6-foot-10 and still dangerous, and he will remain so as long as that serve continues to lock and load. But he lives and dies by it. Isners size and long limbs impair his mobility. His game is poorly suited to the way tennis is played today, whereas Socks is right in tune with his times during what might be an era of transition on the ATP Tour.In October, Sock was a quarterfinalist at the Shanghai Masters 1000 and a finalist in Stockholm for the second year in a row. Hes 14-5 since the start of the US Open. Sock has been on fire in doubles as well. He partnered with Steve Johnson to earn the bronze medal at the Olympics in Rio and won the mixed-doubles gold medal with Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Since the US Open, Sock has made the final in all three doubles events hes played, winning in Shanghai and the Swiss Indoors.Those triumphs brought his record in doubles finals to 8-8 (including two Grand Slam titles), a mark Sock must wish he could duplicate in singles. Hes just 1-4 in tournament finals, with his lone win coming on the red clay of Houston in 2015. Thiem, by comparison, has four tournament wins -- and thats just this year.All those doubles wins, though, foster positive energy for Sock. As he said after he won the Wimbledon doubles title with Vasek Pospisil in 2014, Any match you win, especially in Grand Slams, playing in the second week can only help your confidence in all aspects of tennis.Doubles, as John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova once shouted from the rooftops, isnt merely a confidence-booster. It also helps hone your game. It can be especially useful for todays under-25 pros, who were trained with a heavy emphasis on groundstrokes, at the expense of the net game. In Stockholm, one key to Socks win over Zverev was his creative use of slice and sharp angles, stuff straight out of the doubles playbook.But Sock has redoubled his focus on singles this year. With some interesting fellow countrymen such as?Taylor Fritz,?Frances Tiafoe?and Jared Donaldson coming on fast, theres never been a better time for Sock to step into those big shoes left by Roddick. ' ' '