Interview with Boys's Single
Champion Marton Fucsovics of the Wimbledon 2010 Final
04/07/10--Q. What does it mean to you to win?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: I feel very happy now. Like I was
playing very good today, and I hope I can play like this
in all the year.
Q. What was the whole experience like this morning?
Were you nervous? What were you feeling?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: Yes, I was very nervous in the match.
In the whole match I was very nervous, even when I was on
the match point.
I didn't know what to do when I won the last point. I was
really happy (smiling).
Q. He started quite strongly, quite well. What were
you thinking early on?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: I felt that I will win this match in
the beginning, but he was playing very well. I already
played against him in Australia, and now he was playing
Q. So you thought you were going to win because you'd
beaten him before?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: Yes. I was very, very confident on the
Q. Can you tell me a little bit about your background
in Hungary. You're the first Hungarian boy to win any
Grand Slam junior title, which is pretty amazing.
MARTON FUCSOVICS: Yeah, last year I won the US Open in
doubles, so it was also the first for the Hungarian
tennis. Now this is the second. The Hungarian tennis is
not so big yet. I hope I can be the first very good
Q. What is the coaching system like in Hungary? Did
you grow up all the time there playing?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: I am practicing in Germany since three
years. When I'm at home, I have one coach. I used to
practice with him, but only for a few weeks.
Q. Where in Germany is that?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: In Stuttgart.
Q. What about Hungarian history? There are some very
good players if you back a little bit, Taroczy, et
cetera. Do you know those players? Have you met them?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: Yes, I know Taroczy. He won here
doubles championship. I think he's here. I met him before
the match. I hope I can be the second or even better than
Q. Did he give you any advice before the final?
MARTON FUCSOVICS: No, nothing (smiling).