Marton Fucsovics is a Hungarian tennis player who has been a consistent presence on the ATP tour for over a decade now.
However, he has shown enough on a number of occasions to prove a thorn in the sides of some. And that is reflected in his rankings during recent years.
Fucsovics has been in the top 100 since 2017 and in the top 50 since 2018. He might lack the consistency to be a regular title winner, but on his day is unbeatable.
Interestingly, he could have had another career path – he was also good at basketball.
He turned pro in 2009 and won two Challenger titles; the first in May 2013 at the Kunming Open and at the Andria Challenger. By 2016 he made it to his first Grand Slam main draw at the US Open.
That led to more success in 2017; two more Challenger titles followed, as did a wildcard entry at that year’s Wimbledon. He ended the year breaking into the top 100 of the ATP rankings.
More success followed in 2018; he reached the Australian Open fourth round and won the Geneva Open, his only title win.
2021 saw him make it to a Grand Slam quarterfinal for the first time; he achieved the feat in Wimbledon. He also made it to the finals of the Rotterdam Open – it was his first final appearance in an ATP 500 event.
Fucsovics uses the Yonex EZONE 100 tennis racquet. He would normally sting it with the Yonex Poly Tour Pro for both the mains and crosses.
This particular brand as well as the specific model of the Yonex is one that has been put to use by a lot of the top-ranked tennis players around the world.
Of course, Fucsovics – like most top pros – would have customised his racquet to his own needs. That means the specs available for the racquet might not be the ones on his racquet specifically.
Below we shall look at the Yonex EZONE 100 racquet specs.
|Head size||100 square inches|
|Strung weight||330 grams|
|Balance||3 pts HL|
|Swing weight||310 grams|
|String pattern||16 x 19|