Nick Kyrgios says leaves me and Bernie alone!
“I never loved tennis. I am just going to go about it as a job.” When Bernard Tomic lost in the first round at Wimbledon, he told reporters afterwards he felt “a little bit bored” during the match. It would have been shocking coming from anyone else, but Tomic has never been shy about how little he cares about tennis. Show More Summary
MELBOURNE, July 24 (Reuters) - Under-fire Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has boasted of his "amazing" achievements in the sport and winning millions of dollars in prize money despite not really trying hard throughout his car...
LONDON, July 14 (Reuters) - A lack of discipline has led Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios to hit the "self destruct" button and their behaviour is tarnishing the image of Australian tennis, Ken Rosewall told Reuters.
So far, Wimbledon has been largely free of controversy. Then there’s the case of Australia’s Bernard Tomic, who caused a stir last week when he confessed to reporters he was “a little bit bored” in his first-round loss to Alexander Zverev and that he called for a trainer – even though he wasn’t...
LONDON, July 8 (Reuters) - There is only one way to treat petulant players, such as Australia's Bernard Tomic, who call for a medical time out to treat a fake injury -- expose them to public humiliation.
LONDON, July 7 (Reuters) - Brad Gilbert, former coach to Andre Agassi and Andy Murray, believes Australian Bernard Tomic got off lightly for his comments about being bored at Wimbledon and could have been suspended from the game.
Bernard Tomic’s boredom at Wimbledon cost him a hefty fine and a sponsor. The 24-year old tennis player from Australia faced Mischa Zverev on Tuesday and lost. During the match, he called on his trainer even though he was not injured. Tomic admitted that he called a medical timeout in order to interrupt Zverev’s momentum. Show More Summary
Boredom qualifies as unsportsmanlike, and Bernard Tomic found this out the hard way.
Tomic said he felt 'a little bit bored' during loss; Medvedev threw coins toward umpire.
Bernard Tomic, a former Wimbledon quarterfinalist, says he just couldn't be bothered with actually trying to win
SYDNEY, July 6 (Reuters) - Australia reacted with indignation and some concern on Thursday to Bernard Tomic's admission after a lacklustre first round defeat at Wimbledon that he was struggling to care about his results at major tournaments.
Honesty is the best policy.
Bernard Tomic is over tennis.
"If you can't get motivated at Wimbledon, it's time to find another job." That, per the BBC, is the disgusted reaction of tennis great Martina Navratilova upon hearing that Aussie player Bernard Tomic shrugged off his loss to Mischa Zverev at Wimbledon on Tuesday by citing overall ennui. "I felt...
Bernard Tomic is bored with tennis, and he has no problem saying so publicly. This was his response after losing a first-round match to Germany’s Mischa Zverev at the 2017 Wimbledon Championship. The world No. 27 player had an easy win over the Australian in a 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 victory. Show More Summary
June 29 (Gracenote) - Results from the Eastbourne International Men's Singles matches on Thursday Quarterfinal 7-Richard Gasquet (France) beat 3-John Isner (U.S.) 6-3 6-2 2-Gael Monfils (France) beat Bernard Tomic (Australia) 7-6(4)Show More Summary