In a challenging period off the tennis court, Marton Fucsovics is taking gain of the time he has on his preferred playground.

Since the ATP excursion resumed in mid-August, the 28-year-antique Hungarian has traveled to play in only cities, New York and Paris. Yet, which includes qualifying on the Western & Southern Open, Fucsovics has performed eleven matches, and has at the triumphing quit of nine.

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While there isn’t an awful lot celebrating to do farfar from the opposition circle because of strict COVID-19 protocols, the shortage of distractions has performed into the 28-year-antique’s favor.

“The bubble life. Actually, I kind of like it. I’m playing well during this period,” Fucsovics told TENNIS.com. “There’s not much to do. We come to the court, we practice, we eat, we go back to the hotel, watch some movies, eat again, go to sleep. There’s really nothing that can take my attention away from tennis. I like it so far.”

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