Marci Fucsovics also knocked out the 9th highlight at Wimbledon

Friday, July 02, 2021 19:17

Martin Fucsovics defeated ninth-ranked Argentine Diego Schwartzman in four sets, making it into the top 16 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

Wimbledon, Round 3 (for 16):
Martin Fucsovics-Diego Schwartzman (Argentina, 9th) 6:3, 6:3, 6:7 (6-8), 6:4

The key game of the first game was the sixth, because after both players had brought their serve, it was 48th in the world rankings. The Hungarian tennis player was well served in the jump as well, he kept his advantage confidently, and he got a set advantage in 37 minutes.

While the audience could only see one break in the opening game, the second act started with five, the series was broken by Fucsovics, again in the sixth boom, giving him a 4: 2 advantage again. From then on, they both brought their serving game, but at 5: 3 the former Hungarian junior champion of the grass-based Grand Slam tournament got three breakballs, and luckily he took advantage of the third. After his flight, the ball rolled along the top of the net for a long time “thinking” which side to fall to, but in the end he chose Schwartzman (11th) so that the Argentine had no chance of returning.

It was tightly formed until the very end

The Hungarian player, who scored much more than his opponent, also controlled in the third game, he took his South American serving game at 4: 3, so after almost two hours of play he could serve for the match. He could not outsource the match, Schwartzman equalized, and after 6: 6 the shortening could follow, which was close, but in the end the rival could be happy.

The beautification of the Argentine did not discourage the 29-year-old Nyíregyháza player, he immediately started the fourth set with a break, and although after 3: 1 Schwartzman equalized, at 5: 3 the eighth final was close at hand. This time Fucsovics bet, but the opponent did not do him the favor to make a mistake, so the Hungarian could serve again to advance. This time he was successful – vice versa – from 15-40, so after 3 hours 23 minutes he was able to celebrate victory.

In the first round, Márton Fucsovics bid farewell to the Italian Jannik Sinner, who was ranked 19th, and then in the second, to the Czech Jiri Vesely, and after the open season, Szabolcs Baranyi (1973) and Balázs Taróczy (1980) were the third Hungarians. top 16 in Wimbledon.

His next opponent will be an old good acquaintance, the fifth-placed Russian Andrei Rublev, with whom he has clashed four times so far this year and has fallen short each time. He also last told him after the game that he hoped he wouldn’t play with him anymore this year.

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