Fuchovich: The Russian, who played almost flawlessly, was too strong


Monday, March 08, 2021 10:36 AM

At the end of a great march, Marci Fucsovics was able to play a final in the ATP500 for the first time in his career, and although he was not ashamed of the finals, the victory was missed.

Marci Fucsovics will play tennis in an explosive form in 2021, meaning he will continue where he left off last year, as he also played excellently in the season disintegrated by the coronavirus. The Australian Open in February was also a success for the MOL Team class, but the Grand Slam in Melbourne was also just a warm-up for the ATP500 in Rotterdam.

Starting from the qualifiers, Marci fought his way to the final in Rotterdam, where the stars of the tennis world started at such a density that Fucovics, who was around 50th, also had to play in the qualifiers. He then started a huge march on the main board and only lost a set in the first round until the final. “The whole week was great, so being here from start to finish, it’s hard to grab an important moment. Each match added a bit to the tennis eye, both in concentration and technique Marci told the MOL Team.

A sharp final, bomb-shaped opponent

Although Marci also fought great in the finals, he was ultimately unable to defeat the Russian Rublev, who has played well lately, and after the final, the question of which was stronger seemed absolutely justified: the pride of reaching the final, or the frustration he felt with the final.

“We played a very sharp final, but I’m not disappointed, the game is going well and I’m getting ready for the next race for the next march,” Marci said, and then revealed that he was ready for the final.

I was prepared to try to hit a lot of extras with a lot of extras, but Andrej played more stably, flawlessly, he deservedly won this tournament as well, and the final to 7: 6, 6: 4. The result also shows that he has now solved sharper situations better.

The question may arise as to whether, as at the Australian Open, fatigue played a role in Marci’s defeat, as he played two more matches on the way to the final, but this was not the most important factor this time, according to the MOL team’s class. “Every match is different, you can count on the plus two games I played, but that wasn’t the difference between the two of me in my opinion.

And what is Marci’s goal in this way of achieving the 50th place he previously set as a goal in the world rankings? “Definitely surpassing my previous best ranking, so the TOP30!”


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