WATCH: ‘Greek god’ Marton Fucsovics takes shirt off to reveal ripped body
Marton Fucsovics hit the news a few weeks ago when Taylor Fritz’s girlfriend ogled him during the Indian Wells Open and he has no doubt gained more fans after his latest shirtless video.
Hungarian Fucsovics set the pulses racing and turned Morgan Riddle, Fritz’ girlfriend, into a meme after he took his shirt off during their last-16 encounter in California with Riddle caught staring at his body.
Riddle took to social media after the match to joke about the incident, saying she “got caught in 4k” and turned her into a meme as she asked: “What was I supposed to do? The man was built like a Greek god.”
Fast forward nearly two weeks and Fucsovics was again shirtless, but unlike during the Fritz match where he changed his shirt mid-match to reveal his ripped body, this time he did so without requiring a new shirt.
The world No 74 was preparing for his second-round match against seventh seed Holger Rune at the Miami Open when he decided to give fans another closer look at his upper body.
Marton Fucsovics: 😤💪😂#MiamiOpen pic.twitter.com/KfN8QDRCFQ
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) March 24, 2023
Unfortunately for Fucsovics, things didn’t go well on court as he went down 6-3, 7-5 against the Dane.
The 31-year-old Hungarian’s latest shirtless video did lead us to YouTube where we found one account that used to post videos of Fucsovics taking his shirt off.
There are 18 of them and they are all titled Marton Fucsovics shirtless – shirt change with the number of the video added.
Here you go, here is No 10 and this time the commentator described Fucsovics as the “Hot Hungarian” going shirtless “to the delight of everyone”.
At the Australian Open earlier this year, Fucsovics ripped his shirt off following a five-set win over Federico Coria in the first round and naturally the picture went viral.
A few days later and Daniil Medvedev tried to mimic Fucsovics as he showed off his muscles after a match, but he didn’t go as far as taking his shirt off as he only showed a bit of his upper body.
Medvedev later joked with Jim Courier – who referred to Fucsovics as Thor: “A lot of people probably saw photos of Marton after his match.
“I have just a little less muscles than him, so it was a little bit to laugh at myself. I saw the photo and I thought, ‘I do have a little bit of muscle, but not too much!’”
Always entertaining, @DaniilMedwed 💪 😂#AusOpen • #AO2023 pic.twitter.com/d8zrhQv70E
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 18, 2023
So we will just refer to him as Marton “Iron Man, Greek god, Hot Hungarian, Thor” Fucsovics in future.
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