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Bernard Tomic Update

Yes Bernard Tomic is still at it. The 31 year old Australian has a 14-9 match record mostly on the ATP Challenger circuit. The former ATP no. 17 is ranked 284 right now, just a slight rise above the 289 he started 2024 ranked. Progress has been gradual but Tomic must be unwavering in his […] Continue to read full article...

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Johnson and Tomic Resume Rivalry In Fairfield

Steve Johnson and Bernard Tomic are fighting for career survival now. The two clashed this week at Fairfield CA Challenger R32 and the 33 year old American defeated the 30 year old Aussie 63 16 61. Both are currently ranked outside the top 200 – Steve is at 227 and Tomic is 295. This was […] Continue to read full article...

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Bernard Tomic Will Not Give Up

Former world no. 17 Bernard Tomic is 30 years old now and ranked 430 and if you think he’s finished, you got another thing coming. Tomic, who just a few years ago practiced with his Mizuno shoes untied in Delray Beach and was spotted grabbing and eating a quick lunch just minutes before a 12 […] Continue to read full article...

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Bernard Tomic Resurfaces In Texas

By Scoop Malinowski Bernard Tomic is now ranked 580 in the world and his last ATP title was four years ago at Chengdu 250 but the 29 year old former junior prodigy is not finished yet. Tomic trained last week at the Sammy Giammalva Tennis Academy in Texas with a Texas A&M player to prepare […] Continue to read full article...

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Careers On The Line In Monterrey

By Scoop Malinowski Six ATP careers are hanging by a thread at the Monterrey Challenger in Mexico this week… Fernando Verdasco, age 38 and ranked 150, is the top seed and will play China’s Zhe Li. Bernard Tomic, age 29 and ranked 320, hopes to return to his best ranking of no. 17 and he […] Continue to read full article...

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Watch this video interview two weeks ago with Bernard Tomic and ask yourself if you have ever seen a more normal, sane, honest, regular young man in professional tennis? Tomic has taken a lot of heat for his extreme honesty about his confidence issues and career frustrations. Continue to read full article...

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Tomic’s Redemption In China

Bernard Tomic upset top seed and world no. 13 Fabio Fognini 61 36 76, saving four match points to win the most important title of his career in Chengdu, China. When Fognini couldn't touch an inside out Tomic forehand to his backhand corner, a visibly emotionally overcome Tomic fell to the court flat on his back and continued to mutter to himself. He was as shocked, relieved and overjoyed as any player who ever won an ATP title ever was. Continue to read full article...



Tomic Has The Eye Of The Tiger Now

tomic2 By Scoop Malinowski Watched a bit of the first set of Bernard Tomic vs Viktor Troicki, who are playing first round in Istanbul Turkey on Stadium court before a very sparse crowd. But the stakes are huge for Tomic, who got a wildcard into the mai draw despite a ranking of 210. Tomic is 25 now and making a spirited push to get back to the top echelon of the ATP, a status his talent surely merits. Continue to read full article...



Biofile: Bernard Tomic Interview

tomic2 By Scoop Malinowski Ht: 6-5 Wt: 200 DOB: October 21, 1992 In: Stuttgart, Germany First Tennis Memory: "When I was young I picked up a racquet and have been playing since. I was probably eight. It was a physical, popular thing to play tennis, to hit a ball. My first memory." Tennis Inspirations: "Roger and Rafa. Looking up to them the last five years has kickstarted me and made me want to play tennis. And I'm sure for a lot of people as well I think." Continue to read full article...




Tomic Shames Professional Tennis

tomic2Tennis is a clean and pristine, wondrous sport known for grace, elegance, and aesthetic violence inside a contained arena. Millions of people spend billions of dollars to play and watch the fascinating game of tennis. Yesterday the sport of tennis was shamed perhaps worse than it has ever been shamed in over a century. Bernard Tomic tanked his first round match to no. 27 seed Mischa Zverev of Germany, 64 63 64. Long known for his questionable work ethic and desire to compete, the very talented Tomic startled the media with his post match comments. Continue to read full article...


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