Marcos will get down and dirty at the Gazprom Hungarian Open, competing in his first clay-court event of the year. Looking to claim his first match win on the surface since 2016, he is ready to hit the clay of Budapest for the qualifying competition on Saturday.
In its second edition on the ATP World Tour, the tournament is a 250-level event in Hungary's capital city. Marcos opens against Polish youngster Hubert Hurkacz in his quest to qualify for the main draw. Hurkacz recently broke into the Top 200 for the first time after reaching the Challenger final in Zhuhai, China.
Should he win, Marcos would face either Brazil's Thiago Monteiro or Italian Stefano Napolitano in Sunday's final round.