On Monday, it was announced that Marcos will raise the curtain on his professional career at Wimbledon. Ready to say goodbye at one of his favourite tournaments, he will make his 14th appearance.
Marcos opens against Brayden Schnur on Tuesday, meeting for the first time. Schnur, from Canada, recently reached his first ATP Tour final in New York. He received last-minute entry into Wimbledon as a lucky loser, following the withdrawal of Borna Coric.
Victory for Marcos would see him face either 17th seed Matteo Berrettini or Aljaz Bedene in the second round. Eight-time champion Roger Federer also looms large in his section of the draw.
Marcos owns a 21-13 record at the prestigious grass-court Grand Slam. His best result came in 2006, when he streaked to the semi-finals at the All England Club. He has won at least one match in four of the past five years.