Marton Fucsovics

Marton Fucsovics is a Hungarian professional tennis player, who has competed on the ATP Tour since 2010.

Date of Birth: 8 February 1992
Birthplace: Nyiregyhaza, Hungary
Residence: Nyiregyhaza, Hungary
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
Weight: 181 lbs (82 kg)
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Turned Pro: 2010

Marton Fucsovics is a Hungarian professional tennis player who was born on February 8, 1992, in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary. Having started to play the sport at the age of just five, the Hungarian quickly rose through the ranks, showing much promise early on.

Despite also being a talented basketball player in his youth, Fuscovics opted for tennis. In the junior stage of his career, he enjoyed relative success, winning the 2009 edition of the US Open Boys' doubles tournament. He then backed this up a year later at the All England Club by winning the Boys' singles trophy at Wimbledon.

Fast forward two years and a lot of ITF and Challenger tournaments later, the Hungarian was ready to make his debut at a main draw ATP event. It came at the 250 event in ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, where he battled his way through the qualifying tournament to set up a first-round tie against Tatsuma Ito, against whom he eventually lost in three tight sets.

As he progressed throughout the following years, they served as a way for him to hone his skills on the world’s biggest stages. Four years after his main draw debut, he was ready to make the next step, appearing at the main draw in singles at a Grand Slam for the first time in his career, at the US Open.

Fuscovics was not satisfied with that, though, and the Hungarian battled on to continue his rise. His hard work was paying off when, in 2018, he reached never-seen-before levels for him. This was the year he won his first ATP title at the Geneva Open in May, which kicked off a stellar summer for him.

The Wimbledon of that year saw him reach a Grand Slam fourth round for the first time, which all contributed to him breaking into the Top 50 in the rankings. In terms of rankings, he did not have to wait long to arrive at his career-high ranking spot of world number 31 the following year.

Fuscovics's progress did not stop there. Despite not being able to claim another ATP title to date, the Hungarian has gone on to bigger and better things at Grand Slams, reaching the quarterfinal stage at Wimbledon in 2021.

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