French Open champion Stan Wawrinka raised his game when needed to beat Bernard Tomic and reach the third round of the Paris Masters on Tuesday.
Novak Djokovic progressed to the third round of the 2015 BNP Paribas Masters in Paris on Tuesday as he saw off Thomaz Bellucci 7-5, 6-3. Stan Wawrinka also cruised through after dispatching Bernard Tomic in straight sets 6-3, 7-6 (6),...Show More Summary
The top seeds are dropping like flies at the Valencia Open 500 after Feliciano Lopez, Benoit Paire and Fabio Fognini were among the casualties to fall in Thursday's round-of-16 schedule. Following Bernard Tomic's Wednesday exit and David...Show More Summary
Pablo Cuevas recorded a shock win over third-seeded Bernard Tomic during Wednesday's Round 2 action at the Valencia Open 500 2015, setting up a quarter-final meeting with Benoit Paire. Vasek Pospisil had little trouble with Aljaz Bedene,...Show More Summary
Former world number one golfer Greg Norman has lashed young Australian tennis players Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic for behaving "stupidly" on tour and offered to lecture them face-to-face on the values of good sportsmanship.
Bernard Tomic beat Fernando Verdasco in the first round of the 2015 Shanghai Rolex Masters on Sunday, overcoming him in straight sets. Earlier, Borna Coric won out against Alexandr Dolgopolov in three sets, 6-3, 1-6, 7-6 (5). Here are...Show More Summary
Prosecutors reportedly dropped the charges tennis player Bernard Tomic faced from a July incident in Miami. According to an Associated Press report (h/t ESPN.com) that referenced Australian media reports, Tomic was charged in July “with...Show More Summary
MIKE DICKSON IN GLASGOW: Andy Murray defeated Australia's Bernard Tomic in straight sets to seal Great Britain's passage to their first Davis Cup final in 37 years on Sunday.
Andy Murray led Great Britain to a historic triumph over Australia in the Davis Cup semi-finals on Sunday, beating Bernard Tomic 7-5, 6-3, 6-2 in Glasgow to hand his team an unassailable 3-1 lead in the best-of-five tie. Victory forShow More Summary
Great Britain captain Leon Smith believes Dan Evans has given himself the confidence to push his country to the Davis Cup final, should their clash with Australia go to the wire.
It's all square after two rubbers between Great Britain and Australia in the first 2015 Davis Cup semi-final. Andy Murray comfortably beat Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-3, 6-0, 6-3 in the opening match to put GB 1-0 up, but Bernard Tomic overcame...Show More Summary
Dan Evans lost his Davis Cup semi-final clash against Bernard Tomic after a thrilling four-set battle. After Andy Murray's win earlier, the last-four match is finely poised ahead of the doubles
Andy Murray has backed Dan Evans to handle the pressure of his shock Davis Cup opportunity after he was preferred to James Ward for one of the two opening singles ties of the semi-final in Glasgow.
Bernard Tomic has declared himself available for Australia's Davis Cup semi-final against Great Britain after being booted from the team in the wake of a public tirade at Wimbledon.
So, Gasquet did this today pic.twitter.com/ThEOyYmRne — baelinda bencic (@roobynVC) September 5, 2015 Bernard Tomic's drop shot was hit at a perfectly acute angle, and that's before it caught a little net tape to drop into a nigh-unreachable corner of the service box. Show More Summary
Lleyton Hewitt's US Open career ended with a five-set thriller as the veteran lost his all-Australian tie with Bernard Tomic after spurning two match points. Hewitt is set to retire in January
It was the ultimate Aussie audition here Thursday, and it took place in the most dramatic of circumstances. They finished at night, at the U.S. Open tennis tournament, and did so out on the venerable and historic Grandstand court, which will be torn down before next year.
MIKE DICKSON IN NEW YORK - The US Open starts on Monday with the usual suspects expected to battle it out. Mike Dickson looks at those who will be worth tracking in New York this fortnight.
.... And competing is what the man does best. Just ask Bernard Tomic, Grigor Dimitrov and Jack Sock - three celebrated and talented opponents this week at the Citi Open whose heads rolled off the block of his guillotine... Read more at The Tennis Column...
Australian Bernard Tomic has shrugged off his Miami arrest and banishment from the Davis Cup team to successfully defend his Claro Open Colombia title in Bogota.